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The College 
The Classes 
The Greeks 
The Beauties 
The Organizations 
The Athletics 
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HOWARD COLLEGE 



The U.S.S. Howard landed at East Lake July 
5th. Once again the war was brought closer to 
the college. The Navy landed and practically took 
charge. It wasn't an occupation by force, however, 
but was one of invitation to use our facilities for 
the further advancement of victory. 

With the landing of the U. S. Navy, Renfroe 
and Smith Halls went for barracks, and the Pike's 
House for a personnel office and infirmary. The 
girls were at first bewildered but recovered in time 
to seize the Pi Kappa Phi and Lambda Chi houses 
and smile sweetly enough tor the college to pur- 
chase another building — which they quickly chris- 
tened Duration, Ration and Inflation. 

So, with our boys with us, we've all had a big 
year at Howard. Even though the profs doubled 
our work and demanded more, we found time to 
play and enjoy the fellowship of one another. 

With these pages we present OUR DAY. 



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because he has loved, and is loved- — 



For the many years Professor Chapman has been head of the 
Department of Religion at Howard, his ideal has been not to fully 
open the door to all wisdom to his students — because that is not 
possible, but to place a key in each one's hand and let him open 
this door for himself. 

With his inspiration, guidance and encouragement he has 
armed with this key many who have gone from this port into ports 
over the world giving their lives in service to their fellowman. 

The understanding of his students comes from his varied 
activities of his own college life. While attending the University 
of Alabama, where he received his A. 1 5. and A.M. degrees, he was 
a member of a social fraternity, captain of the track team, manager 
of the football team, president of the Y.M.C.A., member of the 
Glee Club and Associate-Editor of the Corrolla, college annual. 
Later he received his Th.M. at the Seminary in Louisville and did 
further work at Columbia and Boston Universities. 

For his understanding,' guidance, encouragement, forbearance 
and love, we dedicate this annual to him. 



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Our PRESIDENT 

Harwell Davis, attorney-at-law, collector of internal revenue, attorney 
general of Alabama, newspaper publisher, ex-officio chairman of State Pardon 
Board, Bond Commissioner of State of Alabama, Fuel Administrator, Grand 
Chancellor of Alabama Knights of Pythias, Phi Beta Kappa, Omicron Delta 
Kappa, Kapa Phi Kapa, Major, 327th Infantry, Lt. Colonel, J.A.G. of 31st 
Division, cited for gallantry in action, and many other varied activities — all 
of these have made him quite capable of filling the office of President of 
I loward College. 

When Major Davis took over in July, L939, the college owed over $400,- 
000 — today the debt is only $100,000. with prospects of being liquidated before 
the end of this year. There have been other hardships but the Major has stayed 
in there and fought them. We are indeed proud of Doctor Davis and salute 
him in his most difficult task of life — that of being president of our institution. 



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"Every great institution is the lengthened shadow of a great man." 

Howard College truthfully may be called the lengthened shadow of our 
dean. As one student said recently, "Dean Burns is Howard College." 

Every year that the dean is with us his shadow grows in length and 
breadth. It not only overspreads his classes but also penetrates into the many 
activities of the campus. 

His office is open to anyone who might wish to enter. He is never too 
busy to help a student in the choice of the subject which will best prepare 
him for future work or to befriend a sailor who has not yet learned some of 
the Howard College customs. 

Persons who come in contact with him leave with the feeling that they 
are carrying away some of the loftiness and grandeur that is his. He is a 
man of sympathetic understanding and kindly emotion. 

For his being a romanticist, he apologizes. We, however, realize that 
he needs no forgiveness — that this is just one more of the qualities that make 
him a superior person, one that we at Howard love. 



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Students who want friendship and 
understanding know of no better place 
to go to find these qualities than to 
the office of our own Dean Dale. 

In the short time he has been at 
Howard he has become an integral 
part of the campus life. 

His courage and integrity make him 
an inspiration to all students, and his 
familiar smile will be remembered al- 
ways by those who have known him. 



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Striving always to lead her students 
in the paths of high ideals and to aid 
in the fulfillment of their dreams, Mrs. 
( )benchain, dean of women at Howard 
College, works tirelessly. 

Her efforts, though not always 
fully rewarded, have brought to the 
campus a deeper sense of the value of 
courtesy and gentility. 

She makes the study of, the humani- 
ties a vital part of everyday life and 
leads them to become better citizens 
in the world of the future. 




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We may not be able to boast about having 
the latest in modern buildings at Howard 
but we can point with pride to our faculty, 
which after all. is the primary factor in any 
good college. This year the work has been 
doubled both for the faculty and the stu- 
dents because of the accelerated program, 
but this has not prevented the traditional 
friendship and fellowship of faculty with 
students from existing-. Patience, understand- 
in,"" and individual guidance have continued 
amid the "all-out war effort" program of the 
college. 

Upon the advent of the Xavv V-12 pro- 
gram the task of keeping both Navy and 
civilian records fell to Helen Sharbutt Kirk- 
land, and this she did well. Doubled duty 
also knocked on the door of Mrs. Ham- 
rick. "Hammie", as she is known to the 
ijirls, had several dorms to look after instead 



of Mamie Mell Smith. Professor Causey 
taught all aspects of psychology, even delv- 
ing into the realm of hypnotism. Mrs. Mar- 
tinson, despite the shortage of male voices 
for the choir, gave excellent programs. Mr. 
Brewster, college business manager, looked 
after the affairs of the college from an- 
swering telephone calls from the Navy con- 
cerning" dresser-drawers to solving a multi- 
plicity of problems relative to ration points. 
Miss Willoughby bowed out with a leave 
of absence to take a position with the Army 
as a librarian and Aliss Bost stepped in to 
be "keeper of the flame" for her. Dr. Hess 
held a conference on tactics and decided the 
best technical moves in making analytics a 
refreshing course for all concerned, and his 
assistant, Mr. Branscomb, dealt with the 
freshmen teaching them geometry, trig and 
song composing ! 



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Dr. Wilcox refused to repent of his strict 
grading even though he was warned St. 
Peter might find a deficiency of points in his 
heaveniy record some day. Mrs. Counts 
continued to be the same friendly manager 
of the Co-Op and to render commendable 
service. 

A familiar figure on the campus was Dr. 
Sarkiss with his cheery. "Hello there!" 
However, they said he had a dual person- 
ality on exams ! Professor Edwards, Greek 
instructor, made the study of Koine Greek 
entertaining instead of dull. He was also 
an able assistant of Dan Cupid who was in- 
creasingly active among the preachers. To 
Miss Jacobs we were indebted for pleasant 
aromas that floated from the Dietetics 
Lodge on Second Avenue. In addition to 
guiding unskilled hands in the study of art, 
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No doubt it was because of her English an- 
cestry. Miss Sparks, "Tony" to the Masquers, 
was not handicapped, it seems, by any short- 
ages due to the war. Her dramatic presenta- 
tions were excellent. A lover of opera and a 
regular Saturday listener of the Met's broad- 
cast was I 'rot. Rothermel, instructor in Jour- 
nalism. 

Our coach, "Snitz" Snider, was able to 
smile through defeats, and his moral sup 
port brought some victories on the gridiron 
toward the last of the football season. 
Strains from the Masters drifted from Music 
Hall as Mrs. Vail inspired her pupils to great 
heights in music. Much more could be written 
about the faculty if space permitted as they 
have truly been friends, companions, and fel- 
low laborers. To them we express our sincere 
appreciation for their noble efforts. 



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Dale 
Morton 
Richards 
Brewster 



Chapman 

Sparks 
Edwards 

Willoughby 

Wilcox 



Davis 

Kirkland 
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Madley 
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TOWNES 

Burns 
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OFFICERS 

FRANK SAMFORD, President 

MKMORY L. ROBINSON, Chairman of the 

Executive Committee 
PEYTON A. EUBANK, Secretary 

MEMBERS 

JOSEPH LINYER BEDSOLE Mobile 

Divisional Vice-President, McKesson & Rob- 
bins, Inc. 
CHARLES RENFROE BELL Anniston 

President, Commercial National Bank 
WILLIAM ANDREW BERRY Birmingham 

State Manager, The Life Insurance Co. of 

Virginia 
VIRGIL BOULDIN Montgomery 

Justice, Supreme Court of Alabama 
JOHN HALL BUCHANAN Birmingham 

Pastor, Southside Baptist Church 
LUCIEN POWELL BURNS Selma 

Mavor, the Citv of Selma 
PEYTON ALFRED EUBANK Ensley 

President, Peyton A. Eubank Real Estate & 

Insurance Companv. Inc. 
AIRS. J. E. FRANKS Fort Payne 

VIRGIL M. GARDNER Oxford 

Pastor. First Baptist Church 
JOHN WILL GAY Scottsboro 

Banker 
EDWIN WHITE HAGOOD Albertville 

Pastor. First Baptist Church 
JOSEPH DAVIS HEACOCK Birmingham 

Phvsician 



JAMES CLARENCE INZER 

Attorney 
J. THEODORE JACKSON 

Attorney 
HENRY J. KITTRELL 

President, Kittrell-Milling Motor 
ROBERT EUGENE LAMBERT 



Gadsden 
1 )othan 



Mobile 

Companv 
JR. 

Darlington 
Lambert & Sons 

Birmingham 
Huntsville 



Planter and Merchant, R. E. 
MRS. C. FULLER MANIA- 
JOHN J. MILFORD 

Pastor, First Baptist Church 
JOHN RENFROE MULLINS Clanton 

I. R. Mullins & Sons, Merchants 
J. D. PITTMAN Birmingham 

J. D. Pittman Companv 
MEMORY L. ROBINSON Birmingham 

Attorney 
TOM D. RUSSELL Alexander City 

President, The Russell Manufacturing Com- 
panv an Allied Interests 
FRANK PARK SAMFORD Birmingham 

President, Liberty National Life Insurance 

Companv 
LEWE H. SESSIONS Enterprise 

President, Sessions Company, Inc., Manufac- 
turers 
JAMES T. UPCHURCH Montgomery 

Secretary-Treasurer. Interstate Oil Company 
JAMES ALTO WARD* Birmingham 

I 'hvsician 



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SENIORS 

Jane Murphy 

President 

Clayton Gilbert 
Vice-President 

Louise Parker 
Secretary-Treasurer 



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JUNIORS 

Bill Culbreth 

President 

Verrell Woppord 

/ 'ice-President 

Sara Chisolm 
Secretary 

AT ac Harper 
Treasurer 



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Nelson Duke 
Senator 

Berye Jefeery 
Secretary 

Eakl Potts 
/ 'ice-President 

Frances Young 

President 

A/S Carey I'iuli.i ps 
Treasurer 

Martha Lou Fagan 
Senator 



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Donald Edwards 
President 

W'll.MA AWBREY 

Secretary 

Mary Jo CockrEEE 
Treasurer 

John Oakks 
Vice-President 



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CLARE BELLE ALEXANDER Economics 

if.W.CA. 1. -'. 3, 4: B.S.U. Council 3, 4; President, 
A.A.U.W. 4; Student Auditor, 4; V.W.C.A. Council 
4. Pell City, Ala. 



MILDRED SUSAN BENNETT Biology 

Chi Delta Phi; Glee Club: Dietetics Club; Y.W. 

C.A.; Y.W.C.A. Council; A Capella Choir; Entre 
Nous Stall. Birmingham, Ala. 



RUTH ALLEN English and Sociology 

Delta Zeta Sorority Historian, Parliamentarian, 
Scholarship Chairman; Chi Delta Phi 2, 3, 4; Presi- 
dent Chi Delta Phi 4; Secretary Chi Delta Phi 3; 
International Relations Clul) 2, 3, 4; Booklovers 
Club 1. 2. 3, 4; Secretary Booklovers 2; Editor 
Booklovers 1: Director of Freshman V.W.C.A. 4; 
V.W.C.A. 1. 2, 3, 4; Junior A.A.U.W. 4: Glee Club 
1. 2; Hypatia, Historian and Chaplain: Who's Who 
in Amencan i niversities and Colleges. Birmingham, 
Ala. 

MARTHA KATE ANDERSON Dietetics 

Beta Sigma Omicron Sorority; Freshman Commission 
1; V.W.C.A. 2. 3; V.W.C.A. Cabinet; Recording 
Secretary, Co. responding Secretary. Beta Sigma Omi- 
cron: Home Ec Club 1, 2, 3; Glee Cub. 3 ; Nice- 
president Home Ec Club 4. Glencoe, Ala. 

YANCEY LAMAR ANTHONY, II 

Religion and History 

Pi Kappa Alpha Fraternity; Editor Cap 'n' Gown; 
Publicity Chairman Baptist Student Union 2; Florala 
Staff: F.S.T.C ; Secretary Baptist Student Union 
3; Mission Band 3; Y.M.C.A. 4: Vice-President 
V.M.C.A. 4: Crimson Staff 3, 4; Entrc Nous Staff 
3; Kappa Phi Kappa 3, 4; President Kappa Phi 
Kappa 4; Editor "Round-the-State" ; Student Ad- 
visor "The Baptist Student"; member Phi Kappa 
Theta ; member A Capella Choir; Ministerial Associ- 
al on; Publicity Chairman Ministerial Association; 
House of Killian ; Who's Who in American Colleges 
and Universities; Editor, Entre Nous. Cordova. Ala. 



JEAN BUCHANAN English 

Alpha Delta Pi Sorority; Hypatia; A Capella Choir 
2, 3, 4 ; V W.CA. 2 ; President Girls' Glee Clul- 3 ; 
Secretary 2; Treasurer Hypatia 4: Vice-presd n) 
Freshman V.W.C.A. 1: A.A.U.W.; Dietetcs Club. 
Birmingham, Ala. 

HARRY CHARLES, JR. Chemistry 

Trident 3, 4; Treasurer Trident 4; Chi Alpha Sigma 
2. 3, 4; Alpha Epsilon Delta 2. 3, 3; A.K.I). Scalpal 
Reporter 4; Physics Laboratory Instructor; Chemis- 
try Laboratory Instructor: Physic Teacher; A. 1). 
Smith Mathematics Award. Birmingham, Ala. 

CAROLYN CLEMMER English 

Alpha Delta Pi Sorority; Secretary, Treasurer Alpha 
Delta Pi'; Vice-President Hypatia: Vice-President 
Wesleyan Foundation; V.W.C.A.; A.A.U.W.; Hon- 
ors Day 2; Sophomore Marshal 2. Birmingham, Ala. 



HERMAN W. COBB 

Alpha Phi Omega; B.S.U. 
ator 4; Boys Gee Club 1 
Round Table; Pesident. 
V ice- President. Ministerial 
Ministerial Pulpit Committee 
4 ; Birmingham, Ala. 



Religion 
Council 4: Student Sen- 
2, 4; President, College 
Ministerial Association ; 
Association; Chairman. 
\ Capella Choir 2, 



CECIL CULYERHOUSE 

Trident; V.M.C.A.; Ushers 
Birmingham, Ala. 



Kappa Phi 



English 
Kappa. 



PHILLIP AUGUST 

Pi Kappa Phi Fraternity 
ham. Ala. 



Pharmacy Club 



Pharmacy 

Birming- 



HAROLD LAYELLE BARNES English 

Baptist Student Union Council 3; Boy-' Glee Club 
1, 2. 3; Library Staff 1: Treasurer Ministerial Asso- 
ciation 3; Entre Nous Staff 4; Kappa Phi Kappa; 
Who's Who in American Universities and Colleges. 
Montgomery, Ala. 

LANE COOK BENNETT English 

Phi Mu Sorority: Y.W.C.A. I. 2; B.S.U. 1. 2, 3, 4; 
Beauty Parade, Vice-President Kappa Pi : Secretary 
I'm Mu. Birmingham, Ala. 



WILLIAM DOUGLAS DAVIDSON English 
Alpha Phi Omega; A Capella Choir. Luverne, Ala. 



ELIZABETH YAIL DAVIS English 

Alpha Delta Pi Sorority: President Alpha Delta 
Pi; Hypatia; V.W.C.A.; V W.CA. Cabinet; Girls' 
Glee Club; Chaplain Alpha Delta Pi; Vice-President 
V.W.C.A. Cabinet. Birmingham, Ala. 

FRANCES DUKE English 

A Capella Choir; V.W.C.A.; Crimson Staff; Secretary 
Senn r Class. Birmingham, Ala. 



ESTA COSH ATT ELLIOTT Social Science- 

Delta Zeta Sorority; Y.W. A. ; Kappa Pi; A.A.U.W.; 
Y.W.C.A. Glee Club; A Capella Choir; Dormitory 
Council. Trussville, Ala. 




HILDRED ELLIS 

V.W.C.A.; Y.M.A.; Mission Band. 



Economics 
Boaz, Ala. 



MARY K. FINELY Social Science 

Pi Tau Chi; Wesley foundation 1, 2. 3, 4; Vice- 
President 2. President 3, Wesley Foundation ; 
Y.W.C.A. Cabinet, 3; Vice-President Freshman 
Commission; W.A.A. ; Crimson Staff; Entre Nous 

Staff; Biology Laboratory Instructor 1, 2. Home- 
wood, Ala. 



THOMAS C. FRANKIN 

Chi Alpha Sigma : Trident : 
Assistant. Birmingham. Ala. 



Chemstry 



Chemistry 
I ,aboratory 



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Alexander 

Allen 
Anderson 
Anthony 



August 
Barnes 

Bennett, J. C. 
Bennett, M. S. 



Buchanan 
Charles 
Clemmer 
Cobb 




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NELLIE FRIEL Chemistry 

Chi Alpha Sigma ; Hypatia ; Chemistry Laboratory 
Assistant. Birmingham, Ala. 



JOHN HIGDON 



History 



Ministerial Association 1, 2. 3, 4; Kappa Phi Kappa; 
Secretary Kappa Phi Kappa. Gardendale, Ala. 



EFRO GATSIS Social Science 

Delta Zeta Sorority ; Hypatia ; A.A.U.W. Reporter ; 
Y.W.C.A.; Director of Freshman Y; Y.W.C.A. 
Cabinet member ; Glee Club ; Women's Student Gov- 
ernment Vice-President; Booklovers Club; Beauty 
Parade; Miss Friendliness '43; Who's Who in 
American Colleges and Universities. Birmingham, Ala. 



CLAYTON A. GILBERT 



Relit 



Masquers; Ministerial Association; B.S.U. Council; 
Secretary of Masquers; Vice-President Senior Class; 
Secretary Y.M.C.A. Cordova. Ala. 



MARY BLAXCHE GILLILAND Biology 

Hypatia; Y.W.A. ; Y.W.C.A. ; ^Alpha Epsilon Delta; 
Biology Laboratory Assistant ; 



President Freshman Class. 



MARGEXE GRAHAM 



B.S.U. 

Gadsden 



Council ; 
Ala. 



Vice- 



Biology and Chemistry 



Alpha Epsilon Delta; Chi Alpha Sigma; Y.W.C.A.; 
W.A.A. ; Honora Day 1, 2; Biology Laboratory As- 
sistant ; Alpha Epsilon Delta Scholarship Award '43 ; 
Hypatia. Bessemer, Ala. 



DELOUISE GRANADE Social Science 

Phi Mu Sorority: B.S.U. Council; Dormitory Coun- 
cil; Y.W.A. 1. 2. 3. 4: Y.W.C.A. 1, 2, 3, 4; Beauty 
Parade 1. 2. 3; Vice-President of Phi Mu ; Vice- 
President Junior Class. Frankville, Ala. 



JAMES D. HOLLIS Religious Education 

Ministerial Association 3, 4; Kappa Phi Kappa; 
Vice-President Kappa Phi Kappa ; Sigma Tau Delta. 
Cullman. Ala. 



DAVID S. HOMAN History 

Y.M.C.A.; Baptist Student Union ; President Minis- 
terial Association ; House of Killian. Cordova, Ala. 

BETTE JANE HOULDITCH Journalism 

Hypatia; Student Senator; College Public Relations 
Staff ; President Pi Kappa TTieta ; Crimson Staff 

1. 2, 3; Entre Nous Staff; Y.W.C.A. Cabinet 2; 
Glee Club 1, 2, 3; A Capella Choir 1, 2, 3; Pub- 
licitv Chairman B.S.U. Council 3; Honors Day; 
W.S.G. Recognition Day ; Who's Who in American 
Colleges and Universities. Birmingham, Ala. 

OSCAR LEE HURTT, JR. Chemistry 

Chi Alpha Sigma 1, 2. 3. 4; Alpha Phi Omega 

2, 3, 4; Boys' Glee Club 2; President Alpha Phi 
Omega 3 ; Town Boys' Ball Team. Birmingham, 
Ala. 



EDWARD L. JACKSON English 

Ministerial Association; College Round Table; Mis- 
sion Group; Kappa Phi Kappa. Marion, Ala. 



JOHN JEFFERS 



Religion 



Ministerial Association; Trident; President Senior 
Class. Tarrant, Ala. 



MARTHA HAGOOD 

Phi Mu Sorority; Vice-President Phi 



Biology 
Mu; Y.W.A. 

1, 2, 3, 4; Mission Group 1, 2; Alpha Epsilon Delta 

2, 3, 4; Crimson Staff 1, 2; Entre Nous Staff 1. 2; 
Dormitory Council 2, 3. 4 ; President Dormitory 
Cuucil 3; President Y.W.C.A. Cabinet 3; B.S.U. 
Council _' ; Chi Delta Phi 4; Cheerleader 3; W.A.A. 

3, 4 : Hypatia. Albertville, Ala. 



FRED E. HALBROOKS, JR. History 

Ministerial Association 1. 2, 3, 4 ; Y.M.C.A. ; Treas- 
urer Ministerial Association 2; Decatur. Ala. 



Religion 

Boys Glee Club 2, 3 ; Re- 
porter Boys' Glee Club 3 ; President A Capella Choir 
3. 4; Intramural Sports 1. 2. 3. 4; Football Team 
4; Track Team 1. Birmingham. Ala. 



PAUL ALFRED KLUGE 

A Capella Choir 2, 3, 4 



JOE BILL KXOWLES Religion 

Baptist Student Union Council President; Round Ta- 
ble; Mission Group; Y.M.C.A.; A Capella Choir; 
Trident. Headland, Ala. 

CAROLYN WARD LAY Economics 

Beta Sigma Omicron Sorority; Y.W.C.A. Freshman 
Commission; Y.W.C.A.; W.A.A. 3; Vice-President 
Pan-Hellenic Council ; Warden, Pledge President, 
Treasurer, President Beta Sigma Omicron. Edge- 
wood. Ala. 




VIRGINIA W. LIPSCOMB 



English 

Delta Zeta Sorority; Y.W.C.A. 1. 2. 3. 4; Book- 
lovers 1; Pan-Helenic Council: Dormitory Coun- 
cil 4; Kappa Pi; Secretary 2, 3, Treasurer 4 Delta 
Zeta Sorority. Scottsboro, Ala. 

SAM LOFTIN Pharmacy 

Pi Kappa Phi Fraternity : Pharmacy Club ; Secre- 
tary. President Pi Kappa Phi. Hartford, Ala. 



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Friel 
Gatsis 
Gilbert 

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Graham 

Granade 
Hagood 
Halbrooks 



HlGDON 
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Jackson 
Jeffers 
Kluge 



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NORMAN VICTOR I.OYKGREX Chemistry 

Chi Alpha Siema 2, 3. 4 ; A Capella Choir 1. 2. 3. A ; 
Boys' Glee Club 1. 2, 3; Student Chemistry Labora- 
tory Instructor, 1, 2, 3, 4; Trident 4. Birmingham, 
Ala. 



DOXALD McRAE 



Religion 



Ministerial Association 1. 2, 3. 4; Boys' Glee Club 
3; A Capella Choir 3. 4; Y.M.C.A. 3. 4; Intra- 
mural : Football, Basketball. Baseball; Pi Kappa Phi. 
Mobile, Ala. 



DAN LOWREY Ch-emistry 

Chi Alpha Sigma 2, 3, 4; Trident; President Trident; 
President Chi Alpha Sigma 4 ; Student Laboratory 
Assistant 1, 2, 3, 4. Birmingham Ala. 



ANITA MEADOWS English 

Delta Zeta Sorority; President Dietetics Club 2; Glee 
Cub 2; Y.W.C.A. ; Beauty Parade; Corresponding 
Secretary Delta Zeta. Birmingham, Ala. 



MARY ALICE LUCIUS 

Phi Mu Sorority; Y.W.C.A 



Economics and Math 



Wesleyan foundation ; 

Treasurer Phi Mu; Treasurer of Wesleyan Foun- 
dation. Birmingham. Ala. 



JANE MATHEWS English 

Beta Sigma Omicron Sorority; Vice-President P.S.A. ; 
Vice-President, President Beta Sigma Omicron. Bir- 
mingham, Ala= 

ELIZABETH JANE McCOOL Pharmacy 

Booklovers Club 1, 2; Dormitory Council 3, 4; 
Women's Athletic Association 1, 2. 3. 4; Y.W.C.A. 
1. 2; Y.W.A. 3. 4. Birmingham. Ala. 

MIRIAM McCULLOUGH Spanish 

Booklovers 1; W.A.A. 1, 2; B.S.U. Council; Student 
Senator 4 ; Crimson Staff 2, 3. Birmingham, Ala. 



EULA ELIZABETH McKNICHT 



Dietetics 



Alabama College 1, 2; Girls' Glee Club 3, 4; A Ca- 
pe'Ia Choir 3, 4; Social Chairman Dietetics Club 3; 
Dietetics Club 3. 4; B.S.U. Council; Y.W.C.A.; 
Chi Delta Pi; Entre Nous Staff 4; A.A.U.W. ; 
Crimson Staff. Birmingham. Ala. 



ANNETTE McLEOD Religion and English 

Baptist Student Union Council; W.C.V. ; Mission 
Band; Y.W.A. ; Women's Athletic Association; 
Y.W.C.A. Mobile, Ala. 



SARA ELIZABETH McNEILL English 

Editor Howard Crimson '43-'44; Assistant Editor 
Crimson '43; Booklovers 1, 2; Pi Kappa Theta 3, 
4; Y.W.C.A. 1, 2. 3. 4; W.A.A. 1. 2, 3, 4; Who's 
Who in American Universities and Colleges. Bir- 
mingham, Ala. 




VIRGINIA MEHAFFEY Sociology 

Phi Mu Sorority; A Capella Choir 1. 2, 3. 4; Glee 
Club l. 2, 3, 4; Y.W.C.A. 1. 2. 3. 4; Booklovers 
2. 3: B.S.U. Council 2: Dietetics Club 4; Treasurer 
Phi Mu 3. Birmingham. Ala. 



MARY JUANITA MILAM Music 

Phi Mu Sorority; Kappa Pi; Y.W.C.A.; Treasurer 
Kappa Pi; "H" Day Representative. Birmingham. 
Ala. 



MARGARET LEK MONROE 

Phi Mu So-o'itv ; Secretary Sophomore Class 

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Birming 



History 

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|uer \ \'\ ( \ ( -.1 in;t Entre V.u.. S:-.tl Cheer 
Leader; Second Vice-President Phi Mu. 
ham. Ala. 



P. B. MOORE 

Ministerial Associati 



Religion 



Bessemer, Ala. 



J AXE MURPHY Economics 

Delta Zeta Sorority; Crimson Staff; Entre Nous 
Staff; Beauty Parade; Vice-President Sophomore 
Class; Treasurer. Vice-President. President Delta 
Zeta: Hypatia ; President Hypatia ; President. Sen- 
ior Class; Miss Friendliness '43; Who's Who in 
American Colleges and Universities. Birmingham. 
Ala. 



LOUISE MARIE PARKER Economics 

Y.W.A.; Student Senator; Treasurer Senior Class. 
EaFayette, Ala. 



KATHLYNN O. PARSON 

Alpha Delta Pi Sorority; Y.W.C.A. 
Haleyville, Ala. 



MARTHA PATTERSON 



Pharmacy 
Beauty Parade. 



Dietetics 



Phi Mu Sorority; Student Senator 2; Editor of '42 
Bull Pup; President Freshman Y.W.C.A. 1; Secre- 
tary of Y.W.C.A. 3; Vice-President Y.W.C.A 4; 
Treasurer Masquers 2. 3: B.S.U. Council 1, 2; 
D : etetics Club 1, 2. 3. 4; W.A.A. 3; President Phi 
Mu 4; Glee Club 1. 2. 3. 4; Hypatia; A Capella 
Choir 1. 2. 3, 4; Who's Who in American Uni- 
versities and Colleges. Birmingham. Ala. 



CLARENCK W. I'll II, LIPS 



Religion 



Ministerial Association 
Ala. 



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Parsons 
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MARY DUNLAP PLUNKETT 



English 



Y.W.C.A. 1. -?, 3, 4; Dormitory Council: B.S.U. 
1. _». ,i. 4; Treasurer Y.W.C.A. : Y.W.C.A. Cabinet; 
Y.W.A. i. 2, 4; A.A.U.W. 4; President A.A.U.W. ; 
W.A.A. Hanceville, Ala. 



EUNICE WARD 

Phi Mil Sorority; Y 
Program Chairman 1 
2; Dietetics Club 3. 



Religious Education 
W.C.A. 1, 2, 3, 4; Y.W.C.A. 
W.C.V. 1. 2; li.S.U. Council 
Birmingham, Ala. 



HUBERT RAY Religion 

Ministerial Association; Treasurer Y.M.C.A.; Secre- 
tary Ministerial Association: Mission Group; Post 
Master. College Alpha Phi Omega Post Office. Gordo, 
Ala. 



HAROLD RHODES Religion 

Alpha Phi Omega; Mission Group; Ministerial Asso- 
ciation; Crimson Staff; Secretarj Senior Class; 
Treasurer Alpha Phi Omega; College Post Master; 
Mr. Friendliness '43. DeArmanville, Ala. 



LEON RIDDLE 



English 



Ministerial Association; Glee Club ; Ushers Club; 
Treasurer Glee Club; Business Manager Crimson. 
Fort Payne, Ala. 



Chemistry 



MARGIS ROBINSON 

Alpha Phi Omega; Student Senator; B.S.U. Council; 
Business Manager of '43 Entre Nous. Birmingham, 
Ala. 



GEORGE WARD 

Birmingham, Ala. 



MARGARET WARD 



Pharmacy 



English 



Alpha Delta Pi Sororit\ ; President Women's Student 
Government; President Beta Pi Theta; President 
Girls' Glee Club; President Pledges Alpha Delta Pi; 
A Capella Choir; Secretary, Reporter Masquers; 
Chi Delta Phi; B.S.I'. Council; President Alpha 
Delta Pi; Y.W.C.A. Council; Centennial Pageant; 
Sweetheart of Sigma Nu ; Beauty Parade; Secretary 
Hypatia; Best Dressed Girl '43; Who's Who in 
American Colleges and Universities. Birmingham, 
Ala. 



JEAN WEST 

B.S.U. Council; Y.W.C.A. Birmingham, Ala. 



Math 



FRANKLIN ERNEST WHEELER 



Relit 



President of Y.M.C.A. ; Ministerial Association ; Ush- 
ers. Five Points. Ala. 



DORIS JEAN RYAN Economics 

Y.W.C.A. 1. 2. 3, 4; Secretary, Treasurer A.A.U.W.; 
Y.W.C.A. Council 4. Leeds, Ala. 

GLENNA SHERRER Dietetics 

Y.W.C.A. Cabinet; President Home Ec Club; Lab- 
oratory Assistant. Birmingham, Ala. 

BILLY K. STEPHENSON Religion 

Alpha Phi Omega ; President Student Body ; Presi- 
dent Ministerial Association: Co-Captain Varsity Foot- 
ball Team; Intramural Football, Basketball. Soft- 
ball; B.S.I'. Council; "H" Club; Who's Who in 
American Universities and Colleges. Hartselle, Ala. 

GERALD TI DWELL English 

Alpha Phi Omega; B.S.U. Reporter; Y.M.C.A. 1. 2, 
3 ; Crimson Staff : Business Manager Howard Crim- 
son ; Pi Kappa Theta; Ministerial Association; Tri- 
dent. Montgomery, Ala. 



SARA WILLIAMS 



Economics 



Y.W.C.A. Council; B.S.U. Council; Crimson Staff; 
Assistant Editor Entre Nous; Glee Club; Y.W.C.A.; 
Y.W.A. Thomasville, Ala. 



S. WOODROW WILSON 



Histon 



Ministerial Association; Glee Club 1, 2. 3; A Capella 
Choir 2, 3; Mission Group 1, 2, 3; International Re- 
lations Club 3, 4; Baptist Student Union: Y.M.C.A.; 
Treasurer Freshman Class ; Treasurer International 
Relations Club. Samson, Ala. 



JANE CLAIRE WOOD French 

A Capella Choir; Glee Club; Beta Pi Theta; Sec- 
retary Beta Pi Theta; Y.W.C.A. Birmingham, Ala. 



ROBERT WOODDY History 

Ministerial Association; Y.M.C.A. 1, 2. 3. 4; Al- 
pha Phi Omega; Vice-President Y.M.C.A. 3; Secre- 
tary. Student Body; Student Senator; Vice-President, 
Alpha Phi Omega; Vice-President, Student Body; 
Student Senator 4; Intra-Mural Sports. La- 

Fayette, Ala. 





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CATHRYNE WORD Sociology 

Phi Mu Sorority ; Dietetics Club 1 ; Alpha Omicron 
1; Freshman Y.W.C.A. Chaplain; President W.C.V. ; 
Booklovers 1, 2; President Y.W.A. 3 ; Assistant 
Editor Bull Pup; President Y.W.C.A. 4; Vice- 
President B.S.U. 4; Y.W.C.A. Cabinet 3, 4; B.S.U. 
Council 2, 3. 4; Entre Nous Staff 3; Student Sena- 
tor 4 Shawmut, Ala. 



KATHERINE WRENN English 

Alpha Delta Pi Sorority; Glee Club; Freshman Mar- 
shal; Y.W.C.A. Cabinet; Hypatia; Corresponding 
Secretary Alpha Delta Pi; Secretary Hypatia; Vice- 
President Beta Pi Theta. Birmingham. Ala. 



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MARY ANN ALLISON English 

Y.W'.C.A. Birmingham, Ala. 

BILLY BAKER Pre-Med 

Secretary, Reporter, President Lambda Chi Alpha. 
Birmingham, Ala. 

JANE BAKER 

Phi Mu Sorority. Birmingham, Ala. 

MASON E. BONDURANT 



Religion 



.Ministerial Association; A Capella Choir. Fairfield, 
Ala. 

.MARGUERITE BONER English 

Y.W.C.A. Birmingham, Ala. 

JOY BOYD English 

Crimson Staff; Y.W.A. ; Chi Delta Phi; Entre Nous 
Staff; Y.W.C.A.; Mission Band; W.C.V. Madison- 
ville, Ky. 

MABEL JOYCE BOWN Spanish 

Y.W.C.A.; W.C.V. ; Y.W.A. ; Mission Band. Mont- 
gomery, Ala 

BESS CLINE CARSON Pre-Med 

Birmingham, Ala. 

GUY D. CASEY History 

Alpha Phi Omega; Y.M.C.A. ; Ministerial Associ- 
ation ; Mission Group. Gadsden, Ala. 

SARA CHISOLM Soeial Science 

Glee Club; A. Capella Choir; Y.W.C.A. Birming- 
ham, Ala. 



POLLY COCHRAN 



English 



Masquers; Entre Nous Staff; B.S.U. Council; 
Y.W.C.A. Cabinet. Centre, Ala. 

EDITH CARRAWAY CREEL Education 

Birmingham, Ala. 

CECIL CROW Religion 

Ministerial Association. Kansas, Ala. 

JON KILLOUGH CROW, JR. 

President Freshman Class '41; President P.S.A. ; 
President Sophomore Class '42 ; President Lambda 
Chi Alpha; Treasurer Y.M.C.A. 2; Glee Club 1; 
Experimental Production 3. Birmingham, Ala. 




WILLIAM C. CROWDER 

Ministerial Association. Bessemer. 



Ala. 



RAYWARD BILL CULBRETH 

Ministerial Association; President Y.M.C.A. 
lumbia, Ala. 

English REGINA ELAINE DENLEY 



Religion 

Religion 

Co- 
English 



Phi Mu Sorority; Masquers; Y.W.C.A. 1, 2, 3; Glee 
Club 2. 3 ; Intramural Volley Ball and Basketball. 
Birmingham, Ala. 



JIMMIE DOLYIN 



Dietetics 



Phi Mu Sorority ; W.A.A. 2, 3 ; Y.W.C.A. ; Dietetics 
Club 2, 3; Crimson Staff; Intramural Sports; Secre- 
tary Dietetics Club; Beauty Parade 2. Birmingham, 
Ala. 

FRANCES JANE DORN English 

B.S.U. Council 1, 2; Glee Club 1; W.C.V. 1, 2. 
Birmingham, Ala. 

GEORGE W. DOWD English 

Ministerial Association. Montgomery, Ala. 

MARTHA VIRGINIA FORD Economics 

Beta Sigma Omicron Sorority; Crimson Staff; 
Y.W.C.A. 1, 2. 3; Treasurer B.S.O. Pledges; B.S.U. 
1, 2, 3. Tarrant, Ala. 



DARLENE FRANKLIN 

Phi Mu Sorority; Y.W.C.A.; Alpha Epsilon Delta; 
Secretary Sophomore Class ; Secretary Pharmacy 
Club; Beauty Parade; "H' 
Tarrant, Ala. 



Pharmacy 

Delta ; 

larmacy 

Day Representative. 



MARGARET GAMBRELL 

Phi Mu Sorority; Beauty Parade. 



English 
Pell City, Ala. 



ANNIE LEE GOLDEN English 

B.S.U. Council; President Women Christian Volun- 
teers; Y.W.C.A.; Mission Band; Y.W.A.; W.S.G. 
Council, Shawmut, Ala. 



HUGH HADEN 

Alpha Epsilon Delta ; Trident ; 
Summit, Ala. 



MALLIE HARGROYE 

Ministerial Association. Town Creek, Ala. 



Pharmacy 
Pharmacy Club. 



Religion 



MACK HARPER History 

Ministerial Association; Treasurer Junior Class; Glee 
Club; Y.M.C.A.; Treasurer Ministerial Association; 
Eta Beta Pi House. Maplesville, Ala. 



LEVEN S. HAZLEGROVE 

Alpha Phi Omega ; Intramural 
Squad. Irondale, Ala. 



Sports ; 



Chemistry 

Football 



NONA KIRKLAND 

Phi Mu Sorority; Y.W.C.A. 1. 2 
Intramural Sports Council 2, 3; 

sentative ; Pledge Trainer Phi Mu ; Dormitory Coun- 
cil 3. Enterprise, Ala. 



Economics 
3; W.A.A. 2, 3; 
'H" Day Repre- 



RALPH LONGSHORE 



History 



Vice-President Ministerial Association; Eta Beta Pi 
House. Gadsden, Ala. 



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MARY GEORGE MANGUM History 

Alpha Delta Pi Sorority; Y.W.C.A. 1, 2, 3; Crim- • 

son Staff 1, 2; Entre Nous Staff 1; Glee Club 1, 2; 
Y.W.A. 1, 2, 3; Dormitory Council; Kappa Pi 2, 3; 
Beauty Parade. Winfiekl, Ala. 

LEWIS MARLER History and Religion 

President "H" Club; President Ministerial Associ- 
ation; Alpha Phi Omega; Student Senator; Intra- 
mural Basketball. Football and Softball ; Baptist Stu- 
dent Union ; Varsity Football and Basketball ; Presi- 
dent Student Body ; House of Killian. Coker, Ala. 

MARTHA EMILY MILLER Math 

Alpha Delta Pi Sorority ; Secretary Wesleyan Foun- 
dation ; Y.W.C.A.; Treasurer Alpha Delta Pi. Bir- 
mingham, Ala. 

HUGH MORRIS English 

Alpha Phi Omega; Ministerial Association; Y.M. 
C.A. ; Masquers. Shawmut, Ala. 

FRANK MORRISON Religion 

Ministerial Association. Clayton, Miss. 

TERRELL M. NELSON Religion 

Vice-President Ministerial Association. Albertville, 
Ala. 



MARIE NUNNELLEY 

Delta Zeta Sorority ; Glee Club ; Dietetics 
Birmingham, Ala. 

SUE PATRICK 



Dietetics 
Club. 



English 

Delta Zeta Sorority Y.W.C.A. 1, 2. 3; B.S.U. Coun- 
Honor Day ; Dormitory Council 2, 3. Scottsboro, 
Ala. 



LIONEL PATTON 

Alpha Phi Omega; Y.M. C.A. ; 



Religion 

Ministerial Associ- 
ation ; International Relations Club ; Mission Group ; 
President Square and Compass ; Ministerial Ball 
Team ; Boys' Glee Club ; Kappa Pi ; Civilian Air Pa- 
trol. Henegar, Ala. 

EYRA DELL PETREA Economics 

B.S.U. Council 1. 2, 3; Music Chairman Y.W.C.A. 



Council ; A Capella Choi 
Music Chairman Y.W.A. 



r 1. 2; Glee Club 
2. Greensboro, N. 



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JOHN DALTON PITCHFORD, JR. Pre-Med 

Pi Kappa Alpha Fraternity ; Alpha Phi Omega ; A 
Capella Choir; Intramural Softball, Football; Boys' 
Glee Club ; Secretary Pi Kappa Alpha. Birming- 
ham, Ala. 



GEORGE F. RECTOR 



Religion 



Ministerial Association; B.S.U.; Vice-President Min- 
isterial Association. Birmingham, Ala. 




ERNEST DAVID ROSEMORE 

Math and Chemistry 

Crimson Staff; Ushers Club; Chemistry Laboratory 
Assistant; Intramural Sports. Birmingham, Ala. 



PAUL E. SANDERSON 



Religion 



President Alpha Phi Omega; Trident; Ministerial 
Association. Birmingham, Ala. 

MARY HELEN SARTAIN Religion 

Y.W.C.A. Freshman Commission; W.C.V. ; Glee 
Club; B. S. U. Secretary; Entre Nous Staff. Bir- 
mingham, Ala. 

JEWEL SCHWEINEBRATEN English 

Delta Zeta Sorority; Y.W.C.A. 1, 2, 3; Wesleyan 



Foundation 1, 2, 3 ; Secretary Delta Zeta; 
1. Birmingham, Ala. 



HORTEZ A. SEALS 



Orchestra 



History and Religion 

Ministerial Association ; House of Killian. Bessemer, 
Ala. 

DORIS SHELBY Religious Education 

Vice-President B.S.U. Council; Y.W.A.; Mission 
Band; Y.W.C.A.; College Round Table; W.C.V. 
Fairfield Highlands, Ala. 



NONIE SIMMONS 

Alpha Delta Pi Sorority; Glee Club; 
W.C.V. : ChaD'ain. Scholarship Chairman 
Alpha Delta Pi. Birmingham, Ala. 

BETTY SIMONTON 



Religion 
Y.W.C.A. 

Historian 

English 



Delta Zeta Sorority ; Wesleyan Foundation ; Inter- 
national Relations Club. Birmingham, Ala. 

SUE SMITH Math 

Beta Sigma Omicron Sorority ; Women's Athletic 
Association 2; "H" Day Representative 1; Y.W.C.A. 
1; Beauty Parade; Entre Nous Staff 2, 3; Entre 
Nous Who's Who ; Kappa Pi. Pinson, Ala. 

HELEN SUTER Dietetics 

Alpha Delta Pi Sorority; Beauty Parade. Birming- 
ham, Ala. 

RUTH THOMAS Biology 

Dormitory Council 2, 3; Y.W.C.A. 1, 2, 3; Y.W.A. 
1, 2, 3; W.A.A. 2, 3, Scottsboro, Ala. 



MAGDALENE WADE 

Transferred from Vanderbilt. 



Nashville, 



Pharmacy 
Tenn. 



DAVIS WEAVER Pre-Med 

Alpha Phi Omega; Glee Club 1; Y.M. C.A. 2; 
Alpha Epsilon Delta; B.S.U. Council; Pi Kappa 
Theta; Editor Bull Pup '43; Crimson Staff 2; Entre 
Nous Staff 1 ; Biology Laboratory Instructor; B.S.U. 
Play, "Release" ; Trident. 



LAURA MAE WHITING 

Y.W.C.A. Birmingham, Ala. 

MARY JO WHITTEN 

Delta Zeta Sorority; Wesleyan Foundation; 
C.A. Birmingham, Ala. 

E. VERREL WOFFORD 

Ministerial Association 
Trussville, Ala. 



English 



English 
Y.W. 



History 



Vice-President Junior Class. 

English 



RUTH WOFFORD 

Glee Club; Y.W.C.A. Boaz, Ala. 

BILLIE JEAN YOUNG Spanish 

Alabama College 1, 2; Crimson Staff 3; International 
Relations Club 3; Y.W.A. 3: Beauty Parade 3; 
Y.W.C.A. 3. Columbiana, Ala. 



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BILLY ADAMS Religion 

Lambda Chi Alpha Fraternity; Ministerial Asso- 
ciation; Y.M.C.A., Birmingham, Ala. 

NELL ALLEN Dietetics 

Phi Mil Sorority; Home Ec Club; Y.W.C.A. ; 
W.A.A., Birmingham, Ala. 

SHIRLEY ANDERSON . English 

Alpha Delta Pi Sorority; Glee Club; Y.W.C.A., 
Birmingham, Ala. 

JIMMY ANDERTON English 

Business Manager, Crimson; Ministerial Association; 
House of Kilhan, Leighton. Ala. 

MARJORIE APPERSON Pre-Med 

Entre Nous Staff; Y.W.C.A.; B.S.U., Bessemer, 
Ala. 



Religion 
History 
English 
English 



EARL W. ARNOLD 

Ministerial Association, Birmingham, Ala. 

C. EDWARD ASHLEY 

Ministerial Association, Ft. Payne, Ala. 

VIRGINIA CLAIRE BAILEY 

Y.W.A.; Y.W.C.A., Hartselle, Ala. 

MILDRED BLANKENSHIP 

Vice-Presient, W.C.V. ; Y.W.C.A.; Crimson Staff 
W.A.A. ; Library Staff, Birmingham, Ala. 

GEORGE L BROWN Religipn 

Ministerial Association, Vinemont, Ala. 

NELL BROWN English 

B.S.U. ; Y.W.C.A.; Reporter, W.A.A. ; Mas, purs; 
Library Staff; Captain. Volley Ball Team; Crim- 
son St ff ; Chi Delta Phi; Intramural Sports, Birming- 
ham, Ala. 

KATHERTNE BRUNER Journalism 

Delta Zeta Sorority; Y.W.A. ; Y.W.C.A.; Crim- 
son Staff; Cheer Leader. Birmingham, Ala. 

SIGURD FRANKLIN BRYAN 

Ministerial Association, Dothan, Ala. 

HUGH O. CHAMBLISS 

Ministerial Association, Boiling, Ala. 

MARY CO PEL AND 

Beta Sigma Omicron. Onebnta, Ala. 



English 

Religion 

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JEANETTE COUNTS 

Phi Mu Sorority; Masquers; Chi Delta Phi; Y.W. 
C.A., Birmingham, Ala. 

JOHNNIE MITCHELL CROTWELL Pharmacy 

Y.W.C.A.; W.A.A.; Glee Club; A Capella Choir. 
Jasper, Ala. 




LOIS JEAN CR( >W Economics 

Y.W.C.A.; Treasurer, W.A.A.; Captain, Town 
(■nIs Team; [ntramural Sports Council. Birming- 
ham, Ala. 

GAY DANIEL Religion 

Y.W.C.A.; Y.W.A ; vice-president, Mission Band; 
W.C.V. ; Entre Nous Staff; Dormitory Council. 

Anniston, Ala. 

NELSON DUKE English 

Ministerial Association; Mission Band; B.S.U. 
Council; Student Senate. Gadsden. Ala. 

HUGH VAN EATON History 

Ministerial Association; Kappa Phi Kappa; Trident. 
Birmingham, Ala. 

DONALD EDWARDS English 

President, Freshman Class; Ministerial Association; 
A Capella Choir; Boys Glee Club; Intramural 
Sports. Birmingham. Ala. 

MARTHA LOU FAGAN English 

S°cret-'iy. Student Government; B.S.U. Council; 
Glee Club; A Capella Choir; Student S nate ; Y.W 
C.A.; B.S.U. Council. Pell City. Ala. 

JOSEPHINE GRAVES English 

Phi Mu Sorority. Blountsville, Ala. 

LOUISE HARDIX Journalism 

Delta Zeta Sorority; Entre Nous Stall; Crimson 
Staff; Pi Kappa Theta; Y.W.C.A.; (..liege Pub- 
lice Relations Staff A Capella Choir; Glee Club. 
Birmingham, Ala. 

NORMA HARRISON Math 

Frisco City, Ala. 

ELLERY HERRING Pharmacy 

Birmingham, Ala. 

M. FORREST HICKS English 

Ministerial Association; A Capella Choir. Tarrant. 
Ala. 

VIRGINIA INGRAM Economics 

President. Beta Sigma Omicron Sorority; Presi- 
dent, Pan-Hellenic Council ; Treasurer, Student 
Government ; Vice-President Y.W.C.A. ; Entre 
Nous Staff; Howard Who's Who; Beauty Parade; 
Intramural Spirts. Tarrant, Ala. 

BERYL JEFFERY Biology 

Phi Mu Sorority; W.A.A. Birmingham, Ala. 
JO ANN JORDAN Biology 

Y.W.C.A. Council; Girls Glee Club; A Capelk 
Choir; W.A.A. Birmingham, Ala. 

CLARA KEARLEY Religious Education 

B.S.U.; Y.W.A. Monroeville, Ala. 

FREDERICK KELLEY Religion 

Ministerial Association. Birmingham. Ala. 

PAGE H. KELLEY English 

Vice-President, Ministerial Association; U.S. I'. 
Council; Mission Band, Hartford, Ala. 

SARAH KING Math 

Phi Mu Sorority; Masquers. Birmingham, Aia. 

NORMA LOU KIRK English 

B.S.U. Council; Y.W.C.A. ; Library Staff. Win- 
field, Ala. 




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CECIL LITTLE Religion 

Ministerial Association; B.S.U. Council; President 
Mission Band. Clanton, Ala. 

t'MNRLES LITSEY Chemistry 

Intra Mural Sports; Town Boys Team. Alexander 
City, Ala. 

KI.KANOR LOVELL English 

Alpha Delta Pi Sorority; Y.W.C.A. ; Wesleyan 
Foundation. Birmingham, Ala. 
LOUISE MASSEY Dietetics 

Delta Zeta Sorority; Home Ec Cub; Glee Club; 
A Cappella Choir; Y.W.C.A. Birmingham, Ala. 

VIRGINIA MAXWELL Biology 

Beta Sigma Omicron Sorority; Y.W.C.A.; Secre- 
tary, W.A.A. Birmingham, Ala. 

ANN McGAHA English 

Alpha Delta Pi Sorority. Birmingham, Ala. 

MARY ANN McGEE English 

Alpha Delta Pi Sorority; W.A.A. ; Y.W.C.A. 
Helena, Ala. 

LOYD MOON Religion 

Ministerial Association; President. Y.M.C.A. Gurley, 
Ala. 

MARGARET MORTON' Economics 

Alpha Delta Pi Sorority; Glee Club; A Capella 
Choir. Birmingham, Ala. 

IRA LEE MYERS Chemistry 

Vinemont. Ala. 

INA CLA1RECE NELSON English 

Beta Sigma Omicron Sorority ; Vice-President, 
B.S.O. Birmingham, Ala. 

JOHN P. OAKES Religion 

Vice-President, Freshman Class; Ministerial Asso- 
ciation. Tonesboro, Ga. 

MARGIE ORR English 

Delta Zeta Sorority; Beauty Parade: A Capella 
Choir; Girls Glee Club. Birmingham. Ala. 

ELAINE PARKER English 

Phi Mu Sorority. Birmingham. Ala. 

MARY NELL PASS English 

Phi Mu Sorority; Y.W.C.A.; Y.W.A. ; Secretary 
Phi Mu. Blountsvil'e. Ala. 

DOROTHY PERKINSON English 

Alpha Delta Pi Soronty ; Y.W.C.A.; B.S.U. ; 

Beauty Parade; "H" Day Representative; Hom< 

Ec Club; A Capella Choir; Pledge Vice-President; 

Red Cross Chapter; I.R.C. Birmingham. Ala. 

REXAH CLAIRE PITTM AX English 

A Capella Choir; Glee Club; Y.W.C.A. Birming- 
ham. Ala. 

EARL POTTS English 

B.S.U. Council; Ministerial Association; Vice-Presi- 
dent. Sophomore Class; President Y.M.C.A.; I.R.C. 
Shawmut, Ala. 



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MARY RUTH RIDD1CK 

Phi Mu Sorority. Milton. YV. Va. 
MARGARET ROPER English 

Alpha Delta Pi Sorority; Glee Club; A Capella 

Choir; Intramural Sports Council. Birmingham, 

Ala 

EMALINE RY \X Sociology 

Phi Mu Sorority; Y.W.C.A.; Glee Club. Leeds. 
Ala. 

MARGARET AXX SARGENT English 
B.S.U. Council; Y.W.A. : A Capella Choir; Mis- 
sion Band; W.A.A.; W.C.V. ; Y.W.C.A, Col- 

linsville, Ala. 

GEXE ELTON SMITH Dietetics 

Beta Sigma Omicron; W.A.A.: Dietetics Club; 
Beauty Parade; Y.W.C.A.; "H" Day Representa- 
tive; Entre Nous Staff; Treasurer. Red Cross 
Chapter. Pinson, Ala. 

CHRISTINE LOUISE STARLING Economics 
Y.W.A.; Y.W.C.A.; Glee Club. Guntersville, 

Ala. 

CARL THOMAS Math 

Birmingham, Ala. 

MARTHA THOMAS Religion 

YW.CA. ; Mission Band; Y.W.A.; President, 
Freshman Y.W.C.A.; B.S.C. Council. Mobile, 
Ala 

FANNIE RUTH THOMASON 

Y.W.C.A. Tarrant. Ala. 

ANNIE RUTH THORNTON Economics 

Beta Sigma Omicron Sorority; Y.W.C.A. Bir- 
mingham, Ala. 

DOROTHY ALICE TURNER Economics 

Beta Sigma Omicron Sorority; Wesleyan Founda- 
tion; Secretary. B.S.O. Pledges; Y.W.C.A.; Red 
Cross Chapter. Birmingham, Ala. 

JOYCE TURRENTINE English 

Alpha Delta Pi Sorority; Pan-Hel'cnic Council. 
Birmingham. Ala. 

DOROTHY LANYCE WARD Dietetics 

Alpha Delta Pi Sorority; A Canella Choir; Girls 

('•lee Cub; Dietetics Club; Y.W.C.A. Birmingham, 
A'a 

GLADYS WEESE English 

Delta Zeta Sorority; Y.W.C.A.; Bcoklovers Club. 
Birmingham, Ala. 

TWt METTE WELLS Economics 

Treasurer, B.S.C Council: Vice-President, Y.W.A.; 
Kappa Pi; Y.W.C.A.; Atmore, Ala. 

MICHAEL WHITE Economics 

Trondale. Ala 

t'BEl I.I". WHITMAN Pharmacy 

Delta Zeta Sorority; Y.W.A.; Y.W.C.A.; Beauty 
Parade: Dream Girl of Pi Kappa Phi Fraternity. 
Elba, Ala. 

HILDA ELATNE WLSE Economics 

Y.W.C.A.: Y.W.A. Georgiana, Ala. 

BETTY LEE WOODCOCK English 

Delta Zeta Sorority; Crimson Staff: Vice President, 

Chi Delta Phi; Masquers; Y.W.C.A.; Publicity 

Chairman, Kappa Pi; Scholarship Day; Publicity, 

Delta Zeta. Birmingham, Ala. 

MARY LOUISE WRENN 

Alpha Delta Pi Sorority; Glee (Tub 
Birmingham, Ala. 

ROBERT FLOYD YARBROUGH 

Lambda Chi Alpha. Birmingham. Ala. 

ALYS YOE Pre- Med 

Beta Sigma Omicron Sororitv ; Girls Che (Tub; 
Y.W.A.; Alpha Kpsilon Delta; W.A.A.; Y.W.C.A. 
Cedartown. Ala. 
FRANCES YOUNG Biology 

Delta Zeta Sorority; President. Sophomore Class; 
Glee Club; W.A.A.; Dietetics Club. Birmingham, 

Ala. 



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Y.W.C.A. 
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MACK ALLISON Biology 

Lambda Chi Alpha fraternity ; Student Senate ; 

Cheer Leader; Biology I.ali Assistant. Birming- 
ham, Ala. 

VELOREESK ANDREW English 

Y.W.A. ; Y.W.C.A. Decatur. Ala. 

JOE ANGLIN Religion 

.Ministerial Association. Athens. Ala. 

W I LAI A AWBREY English 

Secretary of Freshman Class; Y.W.A. ; Mission 
Hand. Gadsden, Ala. 

VIVIEN RUTH BARNES English 

Beta Sigma Omicron Sorority ; Crimson Staff ; A 
Capella Choir; Glee Club; Fntre Nous Staff. 
Birmingham, Ala. 

GUY BASSETT Religion 

Ministerial Association. Roanoke. Ala. 

FRANCES BELL Pharmacy 

Vollev Ball Team. Birmingham, Ala, 
ROBERT N. BELL, III English 

Birmingham. Ala. 

JOSEPH B. BRITTOX Religion 

Ministerial Association. Bessemer. Ala. 

J. W. BROWN English 

Ministerial Association. Birmingham, Ala. 

WILLIAM BROWN History 

Business Manager. Crimson ; Ministerial Associa- 
tion ; Glee Club; Alpha Phi Omega. Tuscaloosa. 
Ala. 

MAMIE LEE CARROLL Religion 

Y.W.C.A.; Mission Band; Y.W.A.; W.C.V. Hunts- 
ville. Ala. 

VIRGINIA CASEY Journalism 

Phi Mu Sorority; Glee Club; A Capella Choir; 
Y.W.C.A. Birmingham, Ala. 
JO COCHRAN Dietetics 

Dietetics Club; Y.W.C.A.; Night Owl Suite. 
Gadsden, Ala. 

MARY JO COCKRELL English 

Alpha Delta Pi Sorority; I.R.C. ; Y.W.A.: Tal- 
ladega, Ala. _ — 

ROBERT F. COLBURN English 

Ministerial Association. Bessemer, Ala. 

MRS. CECIL CROW English 

Ministerial Association Auxiliary. Kansas. Ala. 

MRS. FLORINE CULBRETH Religious Education 

Birmingham, Ala. 

KATHRYN BRANTLEY DAVIDSON Dietetics 

Phi Mu Sorority ; Home Economics Club. Bir- 
mingham, Ala. 

JOYCE DeLAY Pharmacy 

Birmingham, Ala. 

CHARLES DOWDY Pre-Med 

Lambda Chi Alpha Fraternity. Birmingham, Ala. 

FRANK DOWELL Chemistry 

Birmingham, Ala. 

LAURA K. DRYE Pharmacy 

Birmingham, Ala. 




English 

Religion 

Engineering 

Religion 
Bessemer, 

English 

Birming- 

English 

I Iistory 
Religion 



1 Hetetics 

Birmingham, Ala. 

English 



W. C. DUDLEY English 

Birmingham, Ala. 

JAMES DYKES English 

Birmingham, Ala. 
NELLIE MAN'S DYKES English 

Oneonta, Ala. 

HUBERT EDGAR English 

Lambda Chi Alpha Fraternity. Birmingham, Ala. 

BESSIE LEE EDMONDSON English 

Y.W.A.; Y.W.C.A.; W.C.V. I!,.:,/. Ala. 

EVA ELK INS English 

B.S.I .; Y.W.C.A. Birmingham, Ala. 

RUTH FAUCETT 

Y.W.C.A. ; Brent, Ala. 

RAY FELKINS 

Ministerial Association. Cordova. Ala. 

BOYD M. FRANKLIN 

Alpha Phi Omega; Linville Falls, N. C. 

BILLY GAMBLE 

Ministerial Association: Ball Teams. 
Ala. 

SARA GARRETT 

Glee Club; A Capella Choir; Y.W.C.A 
ham, Ala. 

ELAINE GIVENS 

Y.W.A.; Y.W.C.A. Montgomery, Ala. 

ERSKINE C. GLENN 

Ministerial Association. Argo. Ala. 

JAMES DAVID GOODWIN 

Ministerial Associate in. Bessemer, Ala. 

WILDA GOSS 

Y.W.C.A.; Home Ec. Chil 

BERNICE GREER 

Birmingham, Ala. 

JEAN GULLEDGE Pharmacy 

Birmingham, Ala. 

BETTY ANN HADLEY Journalism 

Phi Mu Sorority; Girls Glee Club; A Capella 
Choir; Wesley Foundation. Birmingham. Ala. 

JUANITA HAYES Pharmacy 

Y.W.A.; Y.W.C.A.; Night Owl Suite. Roberts- 
dale, Ala. 

WALLACE HIGGINBOTHAM Religion 

Ministerial Association. Pinson, Ala. 

J. FRANK HIXON History 

Ministerial Association. Birmingham, Ala. 

ROBERT HORNBUCKLE Religion 

Ministerial Association. Huntsville, Ala. 

EMMA LOUISE HOWARD Religion 

Y.W.A. Bessemer, Ala. 

JUANITA M. HUGHES Math 

Freshman Y.W.C.A. Birmingham, Ala. 

MADELINE JACKSON English 

Birmingham. Ala. 

JOE L. JOHNSON Economics 

Lambda Chi Alpha Fraternity. Birmingham, Ala. 

HOWARD KERR Engineering 

Intramural Baseball & Basketball. Birmingham, Ala. 

EWELL W. LANSFORD Religious Education 

Ministerial Association. Columbiana, Ala. 

MARGARET NELLE LEE Chemistry 

Beta Sigma Omicron Sorority ; Y.W.C.A. ; Wes- 
leyan Foundation. Birmingham, Ala. 

MARIE EDNA LIPSCOMB Pharmacy 

Delta Zeta Sorority; Y.W.A.; Beauty Parade; 
Sweetheart of Sigma Nu Fraternity. 

VONCILE LONG Pre-Me<l 

Repton, Ala. 

FRED 1.. LOWER Y Religion 

Ministerial Association. Birmingham, Ala. 

J FA N N I -: MA X G U M Biology 

Alpha Delta Pi Sorority; Beautj Paradi : Dream Girl 
of Pi Kappa Alpha Fraternity : Y.W.A.; Y.W.C.A. 



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CAROLYTH MARSH Dietetics 

Beta Sigma Omicron Sorority. Birmingham, Ala. 
VIRGINIA MASIS Business Administration 

Alpha Delta Pi Sorority Beauty Parade. San Jose. 
Costa Rica. 

GRACE MAYS Journalism 

Crimson Staff. Birmingham, Ala. 
JOHN' McLENDON Economics 

Birmingham, Ala. 

CATHERINE McCOOL Sociology 

V.W A. Birmingham, Ala 

LOUISE McGINTY English 

Y.W.A. ; Student Secretary. Fairfax. Ala. 

HORAN HUGH McMICKENS English 

.Ministerial Association. Bessemer, Ala. 

BERNICE McNAIR Mathemitics 

A Capella Choir; Glee Club. Gadsden, Ala. 

MARGARET MONTGOMERY Religion 

Y.W.C.A.; Mission Band; Glee Club; Treasurer, 
Freshman Commission. Hartselle, Ala. 

MONROE MOORE Economics 

Tarrant City. Ala. 

EMMA JANE NIX English 

Alpha Delta Pi Sorority; Beauty Parade. Birming- 
ham. Ala. 

MARY ELLIS O'GWIN Sociology 

Nauvoo, Ala. 
GLADYS PALMER English 

Birmingham, Ala. 

MOZELLE PARKER Economics 

Vice-President, Freshman Y.W.C.A. ; Y.W.A. La- 
fayette. Ala. 

RALPH L. PEEK History 

Alpha Phi Omega; Ministerial Association; Presi- 
dent Y.M.C.A. 

RUTH C. PEEK Religion 

Entre Nous Staff. Shawmut, Ala. 

JEAN PENUEL English 

Birmingham, Ala. 

JAMES PITTMAN Engineering 

Intramural Football, Basketball, Softball. Bir- 
mingham. Ala. 

MARY POSEY English 

Birmingham. Ala. 

MARTHA PURSER English 

Delta Zeta Sorority ; Y.W.C.A.; Glee Club; A 
Capella Choir. Birmingham. Ala. 

LENORA EVELYN REED Religion 

A Capella Choir: I.R.C. ; Glee Club ; Mission Band; 
Y.W.C.A.; W.C.V. Birmingham. Ala. 

MARY C. REESE English 

Birmingham, Ala. 

KATHERINE REID Art 

Y.W.A.. Y.W.C.A. Birmingham, Ala. 
JOHN ROBERT RIDDLE History 

Ministerial Association; Y.M.C.A.; Mission Band. 
Gadsden, A'a. 




DOROTHY LOUISE SAYLOR Dietetics 

Beta Sigma Omicron Sorority; Y.W.C.A.; Glee 
Club; A Capella Choir; Home Ec Club; Red Cross 
Chapter. Birmingham. Ala. 

CECIL 0. SEWELL English 

^Iinisterial Association. Bessemer. Ala. 

AXXIE EEE SHELNUTT English 

Winneld, Ala. 
EUGENIA SHELTI >N English 

Delta Zeta Sorority. Altoona, Ala. 

FLORENCE SHERROD Religion 

Beta Sigma Omicron Sorority ; President of Pledges ; 
Y.W.C.A.; W.A.A. Birmingham, Ala. 

MARGARET SIMS English 

Beauty Parade. Birmingham. Ala. 

ROBERT N. SMITH Chemistry 

Y.M.C.A. Birmingham, Ala. 

THEO BESS SMITH English 

Phi Mu Sorority; Intramural Sports. Birming- 
ham. Ala. 

PEGGY STEPHENSOX Pre-Mcd 

D'elt.i Zeta Sorority. Birmingham, Ala. 
DORIS JEAN STURGIS Pre-Med 

( r.mson Staff. Birmingham, Ala. 

JAMES C. STUTTS Chemistry 

Attall't Ala 

JO ANN TEMPLETON Journalism 

Glee Cub; Crimson Staff; Entre Nous Staff; 
Y.W.C.A. Birmingham, Ala. 

ROBERT DAVID THOMPSOX Chemistry 

11 S.e . Vice-President; Chemistry Lab Instructor. 
Mobile, Ala. 

VIRGINIA THOMPSON Dietetics 

U.S. I'.; Y.W.C.A. Birmingham, Ala. 

LELAND TINDAL English 

Ministerial Association. Birmingham 1 . Ala. 

BRUCE TODD Religion 

Ministerial Association. Notasulga, Ala. 

SARA JOYE TODD Pharmacy 

Glee Club; Intra Mural Sports Volley Ball & Bas- 
ket Ball. Gay, Ga. 
MARY TOWNS English 

Oneonta, Ala. 

THOMAS FALLOX TROTTER Journalism 

Lambda Chi Alpha Fraternity. Birmingham, Ala. 

JOHN B. TURNER, JR. Pre-Med 

Lambda Chi Alpha Fraternity. Birmingham, Ala. 

MARTHA VANCE English 

Birmingham. Ala. 

BONNIE JEANNE VANN Journalism 

Phi Mu Sorority; Assistant X- Editor, Howard 
Crimson; Wesley Foundation; Y.W.C.A. Tarrant, 
Ala 

MADALYNE VERNON English 

B.S.U.; Mission Band; Y.W.A. Alexander City, 
Ala. 

DOROTHY WARREN Religion 

Secretary. Y.W.C.A. ; Mission Hand ; Y.W.A. Gads- 
den, Ala. 

WILLIAM C. WATKINS Pharmacy 

Pi Kappa Alpha Fraternity. Birmingham, Ala. 

INEZ W II ITT English 

Y.W.C.A. ; Y.W.A. Athens, Ala. 

ROBERT EDWARD WILKINS Religion 

Ministerial Association. Clanton, Ala. 

LYDIA WILSON Religion 

Y.W.C.A.; Mission Banl ; Y.W.A. Kldridge. Ala. 

DOROTHY WISE English 

Glee Club; A Capella Choir: Y.W.C.A. Geor- . 
giana, Ala. 

X \XNETTE WOOD English 

Phi Mu Sorority; Y.W.C.A.: B.S.U. ; ('dee Club; 
A Capella Choir; Beauty Parade; W.A.A. Bir- 
mingham, Ala. 

BILLIE MADGE WORD English 

Y.W.A.; Y.W.C.A.; Beauty Parade. Birmingham, 

Ala. 

I LAN WRIGHT 

Y.W.C.A. Winchester, Tenn. 










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Smith, T. 
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Sturgis 
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Thompson, V. 

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Todd, S. 
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Under the direction of Lt. George W. 
Hulme, Jr., Commanding Officer, and Lts. 
James H. Case, and William J. Sherrod, the 
Navy V-12 Unit station at Howard has become 
one of those of rank in the Nation. With co- 
operation of the college administration the 
hoys have made strides academically, phys- 
ically, spiritually, and socially. 

Howard is proud of its V-12 Unit. The 
boys stationed here have come from fine homes 
and have added to the tradition of the cam- 
pus. The hoys' appreciation of Howard has 
grown with their length of stay and they have 
contributed much to all forms of campus life. 



Lt. Hulme hails from Fort Payne. Ala., 
where he was County Superintendent of Edu- 
cation. His political prowess and his adminis- 
trative abilities combined have made his rela- 
tions with the Naval students amicable and 
enjoyable. 

Lt. Case came to Howard from Brown Uni- 
versity where he held the position of Secre- 
tary. His long background in working with 
young men, too, has added to the success of 
the Unit. 

Lt. Sherrod in civilian life had his own pri- 
vate law practice. Before being transferred' 
to Howard he was stationed at Raleigh, N. C. 
in the Naval Procurement Office. 



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Lt. Commander Modi has kept the boys in tip- 
top shape physically looking after their needed shots 
and other painless requirements! Dr. Moch was 
in the African invasion and returned on a ship with 
a load of wounded soldiers and was temporarily at 
Norfolk before being assigned to Howard. 



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Major Harwell G. Da- 
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W. Hulme, Jr.. Com- 
manding Officer and Lt. 
James H. Case, taken 
shortly after the Navy 
program came to How- 
ard in July, 1943. 



the NAVV V-12 UNIT 



R. TAYLOR ABBOTT, Editor, "Scuttlebutt,"; Pla- 
toon Leader, Gen. Mgr. "Salt Water Daffy"; 910 
Government Street, Mobile, Ala. 
CARLOS L. ADAMS, Petty Officer 1st Platoon, 
1st Co.; Football. Trussville, Ala. 
JOSEPH T. ALLEN, Chi Alpha Sigma; Scuttle- 
butt staff; Sailor's Glee Club; Guide, 1st Platoon 
Co.; "Salt-Water Daffy" cast; 528 Alberta Heights, 
Tuscaloosa, Ala. 

OREN STEVENS ANDERSON, Pi Kappa Phi. 
Dothan, Ala. 

JOHN R. C. ARMSTRONG, 62 Lake St., Truss- 
ville, Ala. 

WILLIAM ARTHUR AYRES, Platoon Guide; 
Softball League. Fayette, Ala. 

HENRY S. RALCH. Platoon Guide, Intramural 
Sports. 4335 Jackson St., Birmingham, Ala. 
WILLIAM H. BARBER, Intramural Sports: Soft- 
ball. Rt. 1, Warrior, Ala. 

CHARLES W. BEATY, Color Guard. 1139 E- 
Columbia St., Evansville, Ind. 

SIDNEY C. BELL, Football Squad; Platoon Lead- 
er. Rt. 2, Ashford, Ala. 

L. D. BENTLEY, JR., Pi Kappa Phi Fraternity. 
Oneonta, Ala. 

PHILLIP H. BENTZ, Sigma Nu Fraternity; Man- 
ager of Softball, Football and Track Teams ; Re- 
porter, Sigma Nu. 2313 So. 21st St., Philadelphia, 
Pa. HI 

BILLY BIBB, Bugler. 1804 4th St., Tuscaloosa, 
Ala. 

WILLIAM T. BIRCH, Color Guard. 201 Lincoln 
Ave., Geneva, 111. 

FRANK BLOOM, 5015 No. Kostner Ave., Chicago, 
111. 

ARTHUR BOLTOX, Intramural Basketball. 1500 
So. 19th St., Birmingham, Ala. 

THOMAS M. BOTSFORD, JR., Pi Kappa Phi. 
Opelika, Ala. 

ARTHUR A. BOTTORFF, Platoon Leader, 1st 
Platoon, 1st Company; Intramural Basketball and 
Softball. Williamsvifle, 111 
FOSTER K. BRADLEY, Bessemer, Ala. 
JOHN M. BRADLEY, JR., Football; Track; Phi 
Gamma Delta Fraternity. 4211 Overlook Road, Bir- 
mingham, Ala. 

MARK A. BRAUN. 1st Co. Commander; Intram- 
ural Basketball; Softball. Athens, Ca. 
W- H. BREEN, 154 Avery St., Decatur, Ga. 



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HUGH B. BRIGHT, Co. Chief Petty Officer; Bat- 
talion Commander. 3927 Clairmont Ave., Birming- 
ham, Ala. 

GEORGE MARSHALL BRITTAIN, Intramural 
Softball : Basketball ; Track Team ; Pi Kappa Alpha 
Fraternity. Birmingham, Ala- 

VERNON R. BRITTA1X. Football Team; Intra- 
mural Basketball. 334 East Park Ave., Spartanburg, 
S- C. 

ROBERT J. BROCK, Sigma Nu; Football; Orches- 
tra; Co. Petty Officer; Bugler. Jacksonville, Fla. 
JAMES WINFRED BROWN, President, Pi Kappa 
Alpha; Treasurer, Inter-Fraternity Council; "II" 
Club; Manager, Varsity Football Team: Color 
Guard; Vice President, Pi K. A. Ariton, Ala. 
JOHN BUCKLEY, Intramural Sports. 606 Black- 
ford Ave., Evansville, Ind. 

MARVIN BURKETTE, Sigma Nu; Football; 
Track. Century, Fla. 

JOE HALL RURSON. 109 So. 85th St., Birming- 
ham, Ala. 

WILLIAM W. CARDEN, Sigma Nu. 
St., Florence, Ala- 

WILLIAM LEE CARL, Scuttlebutt 
Queen Citv Ave., Tuscaloosa, Ala. 
GILBERT MILTON CARPENTER 
Alpha; Varsity Football; "H" Club; 
Club Blvd. Mountain Brook, Ala. 
WILLIAM LARKIN CARTER, JR., Kappa Alpha; 
Track. 2525 Highland Ave., Birmingham, Ala. 
WILSON C. CARTER, 2231 27th Ave., Meridian, 
Miss. 

BURKETTE REED CARVER. Chattanooga, Tenn. 
JOHN D. CHANDLER, 109 No. Clinton St., Ath- 
ens, Ala. 

CHARLES B. CLARK, JR, 3002 Boyds Bridge 
Pike. Knoxville, 17, Tenn 
HAROLD H. COLE, White House, Tenn. 
FELTON MORELAND COLLIER, Alpha Tau 
Omega; Scuttlebutt Staff. 1529 Arlington Ave., 
Bessemer, Ala. 

KENNETH L. COLLINS, Grand Rav, Ala. 
W. R. CAPLEY, Platoon Leader. Clanton, Ala. 
CLENNOX M. CO VAX, 148 Florence Place, Mo- 
bile, Ala. 

HENRY CORNELIUS, 927 Highland Ave., Annis- 
ton, Ala. 

TOHN EDWARD COX, Pi Kappa Phi. Erwin, 
Tenn. 

EDGAR MAURICE CROSRY, Ministerial Associa- 
tion; Y.M.C-A. Anniston, Ala. 
R. FREDERICK DAHX, Jeffersonville, Ind. 
BUELL E. DAVENPORT, Navy Choir. Rt. 6, 
Chattanooga, Tenn. 

DAVIDSON, WILLIAM R., Corydon, Ind. 
J. R. DAVIS. Pi Kappa Alpha Fraternitv: Petty Of- 
ficer, 1st Platoon, 2nd Co., Track Team. 8162 Rugby 
Ave., Rirmingham, Ala. 

PAUL OEHLER, 203 North Exposition St., Wich- 
ita, Kan. 

WILLIAM J. DEMPSEY, 1504 32nd Ave. No., 
Rirmingham, Ala. 

WILLIAM F. de SHAZO, III, Pi Kappa Alpha 
Fraternity; Football and Track Teams. Fairfield 
Highlands, Ala. 

WILLIAM F. DODSON, Pi Kappa Alpha Fra- 
ternity; Platoon Leader. 1316 16th Ave. So., Bir- 
mingham, Ala. 



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T. M. DORMAN, Sigma Xu- Dixiana, Ala. 
ROBERT I!. DOYL, IK.. Football; Scuttlebutt 
Staff. 21S8 Dauphin St., Mobile, Ala. 
CECIL C. DUFFEE, JR., Dadeville, Ala. 
I. C. DURHAM, IR.. Fort Payne, Ala. 
CHARLES T. EMMETT, JR., 1849 Pike Road, 
Birmingham 8, Ala. 

DOUGLAS FFAGIX, Enterprise, Ala. 
LESTER FEUERER, 23rd St., Sturtevant, Wis. 
DALE LaNATS FICHTEL, Alta \'ista, Iowa. 
GEORGE HAROLD FORRESTER, Company 
C.P.O.; Commander. Birmingham, Ala. 
P. E. GAMBLE. Co. Chief Petty Officer: Battalion 
Commander. 7715 4th Ave. No., Birmingham, Ala. 
JAMES G. GANN, JR., Intramural Sports. Bir- 
mingham, Ala- 

TOSEPH EUGENE GARDNER, Charleston, S. C. 
HARRY J. GROTH, 2451 University Ave., Middle- 
ton, Wis. 

SPKNCER GEDESTAD, Petersburg. N. D. 
WARREN CURRY GRAHAM, JR., 206 Wells St., 
Valdosta, Ga. 

ROBERT GREENE, 700 So. 47th PL, Birmingham. 
Ala. 

WILLIAM B. GREENE, Middleton, N. Y. 
LORENZE N. GREGG, Pi Kappa Phi Fraternity; 
Orchestra. Union Springs, Ala. 
CHARLES EDWARD GREMER, Intramuial 
Sports 1844 S. W. 5th St., Miami 35, Fla. 
WILLIAM FRANCIS GU1NEY, JR., Buffalo, 
N. Y. 

NED L. GUNTER, Football Squad; "H" Club; Pi 
Kappa Alpha Fraternity: Scuttlebutt Staff: Track 
Team; Vice-President, T.R.C; Oneonta, Ala. 
DAVID P. HALL, Sigma Nu Fraternity: Platoon 
Guide : Batallion Commander. Chickamauga, Ga- 



Guide, 2nd Platoon. Cham- 



ROY G. IIAMRICK 
paign. 111. 
JOHN HARPSTER, Olnev. 111. 
WALLACE W. HARTSOOK, Football Team; 
Battalion Adjutant, Commander; Softball Team- 
4916 Fort Ave., Lynchburg, \'a. 
JOHN C. HAY, Sigma Nu Fraternity; Football. 
Huntsville, Ala. 

HAZLEWOOD, MAN L FY I!., 5707 1st Ave. So., 
Birmingham, Ala. 

HENRY L. HEATH. Platoon Petty Officer; Intra- 
mural Sports. Birmingham, Ala. 




GEORGE SPFFD HERBERT, Platoon Leader: In- 
tramural Sports. 103 Wisteria Drive, Dayton, Ohio. 
ROBERT F. HIGGINS, 505 9th St.. Clanton, Ala. 
ALLISON VAN HILDRETH. Lambda Chi Al- 
pha Fraternity, Vice-President. Eutaw, Ala. 
WILLIAM A. HILLS, Pi Kappa Alpha Fraternity; 
Track Team. 4311 Nebraska Ave., Nashville, Tenn. 
JOHN ROSS HINDS, JR., Manager Football Team; 
Platoon Leader; C.P.O. ; Company II.. 402 Mulberry 
St., Montgomery, Ala. 

DAVID OLIVER HOLLFY, Pi Kappa Alpha Fra- 
ternity. Birmingham. Ala. 

JOE JETT, Pi Kappa Alpha Fraternity. Mary- 
ville, Tenn. 

CLARENCE LESLIE JINKS, JR.. Co. Comman- 
der; Intramural Sports; Track; Sigma Nu Frater- 
nity. 929 Oak Ave., Panama City, Fla. 
EARL BRILEY JOHNSTON, Pi Kappa Alpha 
Fraternity : Alpha Epsilon Delta ; Treasurer Kappa 
Phi Kappa: Art Editor, '43 Bull Pup: Art Editor, 
'44 Entre Nous ; Intramural Sports : B.SU. Council ; 
Vice-President and President. Pi K A Pledges; 
Kappa Pi, Art Fraternitv. Montauk Ave., Mobile 
20. Ala. 

J. GREGORY JOHNSTON, Lambda Chi Alpha. 
2914 Tenth Ave. So., Birmingham, Ala. 
A. DAVID KAISER, Platoon Leader. 2102 Brun 
St., Houston, Tex. 

SERGEI KAMPAKIS, Pi Kappa Alpha Fraternity; 
Intramural Sports. Birmingham. Ala- 
WILLIAM B. KARST, Battalion Adjutant; Foot- 
ball Team. 10 McGee St., Greenville, S- C. 
JOHN R. KAYE. 512 5th, Wilmette. 111. 
MURRAY LEWIS KENNEDY, Pi Kappa Alpha 
Fraternity ; Manager, Inter Mural Softball Team ; 
Manager, Varsity Football Team ; Treasurer, Vice- 
President, Pi K. A.; Member. lnter-Fraternitv 
Council, "H" Club; Manager HOWARD "Informal" 
Basketball Team; Publicity Chairman, Pi K. A. Rt. 
2, Box 228, Birmingham, Ala. 

O. RUSSELL KENNEDY, 1475 Clairmont Place, 
Nashville, Tenn. 

EM MET STEPHEN KILLEBREW. Sigma Alpha 
Epsilon Fraternity ; Orchestra. Cordele, Ga. 

WAYNE W. KILLION, Foley, Ala. 

RAYMOND L. KINSAUL, Pi Kappa Alpha Fra- 
ternity; "H" Club; Football Team. Tallassee, Ala. 
C. EUGENE KRATZ, Pi Kappa Alpha Fraternity: 
A Capella Choir; Glee Club; Track Team: Secre- 
tary Pi K. A. 4609 7th Ave., Wylam. Ala. 
WILLIAM C. LAMBDIN, Intramural Sports. An- 
dersonville, Tenn. 

LESTER M. LANDERS, Pi Kappa Alpha Fra- 
ternity; A. Capella Choir: I.R.C. ; Boys Glee Club: 
Navy Choir. Albertville, Ala. 

CHARLES BUSCH LANDSTREET, Track Team. 
Box 230, Fort Payne, Ala. 
A. L. LATHAM, 112 Main St., Sweetwater, Tenn. 

ROBERT OTTIS LAUDERDALE. JR., Pi Kappa 
Phi Fraternitv. 525 So. 55th Place. Birmingham 6, 
Ala. 

MILTON H. LEA, Football Team. Thompson Sta- 
tion, Tenn. 



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Doyi. 
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FeurEr 
FiCHTEr, 
Forrester 
Gamble 
Gann 
Gardner 



Garth 
GedESTAd 
Graham 
Greene, R. 
Greene, W. 
Gregg 



Gremer 
Guiney 
Gunter 

Hale 
Hamrick 

Hari-ster 



Har'i'sook 
Hay 
Hazlewood 

Heath 
Herbert 
Higgins 



HlLDRETH 

Hills 
Hinds 
HollEy 
Jett 



Jinks 



Johnston, E. B. 
Johnston, J. G. 
Kaiser 
Kampakis 
Karst 
Kaye 



Kennedy, M. L. 
Kennedy, O. R. 
Killebrew 
Killion 

KlNSAUL 

Kratz 



Lambdin 
Landers 

Landstreet 
Latham 
Lauderdale 
Lea 



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WILLIS H- LEAVENS, Football Team. 413 Quiiicy 
St. N. W., Washington, D. C. 

ARNOLD LEFKOVITS, Intramural Sports. Besse- 
mer. Ala- 

ROBERT J. LELAXD, Guide, 3rd Platoon, 2nd 
Co. 2166 oth Ave. No., St. Petersburg, Fla. 
DONALD B. LHNDERMAX, 209 Tallcy Road, 
Chattanooga, Tenn. 

THOMAS K. LEWIS, JR.. Pi Kappa Alpha Fra- 
ternity; Section Leader. 6313 Princeton Ave., Bir- 
mingham, Ala. 

JAMES E. LILES, Masquers; Navy Choir; Navy 
Quartette: "Salt Water Daffy" cast; Football. 1556 
Xo. 20th St.. Birmingham, Ala. 

ROBERT H. LONGSHORE, Sigma Nu Fraternity. 
2 Crowder St., Lanett, Ala. 

WILLIAM L. LONGSHORE, JR.. Sigma Nu bra 
ternity ; Navy Choir; Platoon Guide; Football. 1400 
Sutherland Place, Birmingham, Ala. 
JOEL MOORE LOVE, "Salt Water Daffy" Cast- 
Birmingham, Ala. 

JAMES T. M ADDON. President. Pi Kappa Phi; 
President, Interfraternity Council; Navy Choir; Kap- 
pa Phi Kappa. Box 538, Favette. Ala. 
THOMAS F. MALONE, Section Leader. 2nd Com- 
pany. 101 DeSoto Place, Macon, C-a. 
WILLIAM !•'. MARLATT. Intramural Sports: Or- 
chestra. Harvev, 111. 

JOHN I. MASCARI, Glee Club; Guide. 2nd Pla- 
toon, 2nd Co.; Intramural Sports. 102 Patton Ave., 
Asheville, X. C 

WILLIAM EDWARD MATT II EL'S, Platoon Pet- 
tv Officer: Navy Choir: "Salt Water Daffy" Cast; 
Kappa Phi Kappa, 1704 4th Ct. W., Birmingham, 
Ala. 

JOHN R. MATTHEWS. JR., 513 Woodley Road, 
Montgomery, Ala. 

ROBERT J. McDERMOTT. Intramural Softball. 
Myrtle Ave., Belford, N. J. 

Sl'MPTER M. McGOWIN, Battalion Adjutant. 
Greenville, Ala. 

HENRY C. MILLER. Chi Alpha Sigma ; Platoon 
Petty Officer: Navy Choir; A Capella Choir; "Salt 
Water Daffv" Cast. Huevtown, Ala. 
TRIS R. MOCK. Intraneural Sports. Montgom- 
ery, Ala. 

BOBBY MOFFAIT, 1400 No. 24th St.. Birming- 
ham, Ala- 

FRANCIS MARION MORRIS, Treasurer, Pi Kap- 
pa Phi Fraternitv. Opelika, Ala. 
MARK ST AXLEIGH MORRIS, Intramural Sports. 
110 N. Chestnut St., Aurora, 111. 




R. FRANKLIN MORRIS. Pi Kappa Alpha Fra- 
ternity. Olivet College. Kankakee. 111. 
EDWARD W. Ml'DD. Company Commander; 48 
Southwood Road, Birmingham, Ala. 
ROY MCNGER, Pi Kappa Alpha Fraternity, Mo- 
bile, Ala. 

JACK EC. MCRPHREE, 1107 1st St. W., Cullman. 
Ala. 

ROBERT R. MYERS, 170'. Seventh St., Clay Cen- 
ter, Kansas. 

E. R. NOETZEL, Chicago. 111. 
WAYNE A. XOMER, Grant Neb. 
ROBERT DAXIEL NORMAN. Football Team: 
"Salt Water Daffey" Cast; Navy Choir. 844 7th 
St. W., Birmingham. Ala- 

H. B. NORTON, JR., 501 So. 80th St., Birmingham, 
Ala. 

GALE WILLIAM NUERNBERGER, Creighton, 
Neb. 

JOHN E. NUTTY, Phi Delta Theta Fraternity. 
728 Brookridge Ave.. Ames, Iowa. 
EARL H. OAK, JR., 139 So. Estelle, Wichita. 
Kansas. 

THOMAS N. ORER, 700 Indiana St., Lawrence. 
Kansas. 

JOHNNIE M- OGLESBY. JR., Platoon Petty Of- 
ficer; "Salt Water Daffv" Cast. Birmingham, Ala. 
WILLIAM A. OLDHAM, Arilla. Mo. 
EUGENE M ARTEL OLSEN, Badger, Iowa. 
NATHAX V. O'NEAL, Intramural Sports. 630 
3rd Ave. West, Birmingham, Ala. 
JACK GIDEON PADEN, Platoon Petty Officer; 
President, College Roundtable : Scuttlebutt Staff : 
V.M.C.A.: Delta Sigma Phi. 1509 Clarendon Ave.. 
Bessemer, Ala. 

ALBERT E. PATTERSON, Elba, Ala. 
TAMES W. PEGHIXY, Intramural Sports. 318 
Railroad St., Elberton, Ga. 

RICHARD H. PEXXELL, Intramural Basketball. 
Spartanburg, S. C. 

JESSE STETSON PEVEAR, lion So. 41st, Bir- 
mingham, Ala. 

ERNEST W. PHARR. TR.. Pi Kappa Alnha Fra- 
ternity : P'atoon Pettv Officer, Svcamore, Ala. 
CAREY W. PHILLTPS, JR.", President, Vice- 
President, Pi Kappa Alpha Fraternity; Treasurer, 
Sophomore Class; President. Vice-President, Alpha 
Epsilon Delta : Track Team : Kappa Phi Kappa. Sec- 
retary; Vce-President. Student Government. 825 
First St.. S. W.. Birmingham, Ala. 
KTRRY GENE PICKLE. Pi Kappa Phi Fraternity. 
Birmingham. Ala. 

DAX M. PITTMAX. Intramural Basketball: Track 
Team. Enterprise. Ala. 

JOHX EDWIN POND, Rt. 4, Rocky Ridge Road. 
Birmingham, Ala. 

JOSEPH L. POWELL. JR.. Pi Kappa Alpha Fra- 
ternity; P'atoon Leader: Football Team; Track- 
Team. 502 12th Ave.. Fairfield Highlands, Ala. 
FREDDIE PRITCHARD, from the Fleet. Mont- 
gomery, Ala. 

WILLIAM S. PRITCHARD, ]K., 3518 Lenox 
Road. Birmingham, Ala. 

RALPH G. PROPST, 610 Newton Ave.. Gadsden, 
Ala. 

ANTON J. PROS. JR.. Intramural Sports. 2334 So. 
Euclid Ave., Berwyn, III. 



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LEAVENS 

Leekoyits 
Lelam> 
Lenderman 
Lewis 
L, ii.es 



Longshore, R. TT. 
Longshore, W. L. 
Love 
Maddox 
MalonE 
Marlatt 



Mascari 
Mattheus 
Matthews 
McDermott 
McGowin 

MlEEER 



Mock 
Mofeait 

Morris, F. M. 
Morris, M. S. 
Morris, R. F. 
Mudd 



MungEr 
Muri'hrEE 
Myers 
NoEtzel 
Nomer 
Norman 



Norton 
Nuernberger 
Nutty 
Oak 
Ober 
Oglesby 



Oldham 
Olsen 
O'Neal 
Paden 
Patterson 
Peghiny 



Pennell 
Pevear 
Pharr 
Phillips 
Pickle 
Pittman 



Pond 
Powell 

Pritchard, F. 
Pritchard, W. S. 
Probst 
Pros 



to Howard July I, 1943 



the N 1VV V-12 IM I 



ROSS RAINER, Sigma Nu Fraternity; President, 
Kappa Pi; Kappa Phi Kappa; Treasurer, Recorder, 
Reporter, Marshal, Sigma Nu. 6720 Division Ave., 
Birmingham 6. Ala. 

ROBERT C. RENNER. Pi Kappa Alpha Frater- 
nity; Intramural Sports. Oak Park, 111. 
J. E. RETZER, Softball. Hardin, 111. 
JOE L. REYNOLDS; Platoon Guide. Cedartown, 
Ga. 

SAM S. RICE. Jr., Sigma Nu Fraternity Marshal: 
Football Team. 600 Pratt Ave., Huntsvifle, Ala. 
E. G. ROWLETT, 328 Ashland Ave., River Forest, 
111. 

R. T. SCHMIDT, 127 No. Oak Park Ave., Oak 
Park, 111. 

SCHNITTKER, HENRY A., 707 Second St. E., 
Cullman. Ala. 

GLYNN A. SHARIT, Montgomery, Ala. 
ALVIN \V. SHAW, Athens, Ala. 
MARVIN O. SHAW, JR., 4212 7th Ave. So., Bir- 
mingham, Ala. 

R. G. SHIMSHAK, Intramural Sports. LaCrosse, 
Wis. 

TIMMY SIKES, Luverne, Ala. 

SAMUEL W. SIMPSON, Track Team; Orchestra. 
Toccoa, Ga. 

WALTER WILLIS SIMPSON, 400*) 8th Ct. So., 
Birmingham, Ala. 

MAXWELL OWENS SIMS, Kappa Phi Kappa. 
4621 6th Ave., Wylam, Birmingham, Ala. 
JOHN L. SKINNER, Platoon Leader. Camden, 
Ala. 

CLARENCE WESLEY SLAUGHTER, Varsity 
Basketball, Baseball, Softball: Entre Nous Staff; 
Treasurer, "H" Club; Vice-President, "H" Club; 
Crimson Staff ; Alpha Phi Omega ; Intramural Foot- 
ball Council; Honors Day 1, 2, 3, 4; Marshal 1, 2; 
Head Marshal 3: Trident; Secretary, Trident; All- 
Star Football Team 3; All Star Softball Team 3; 
All Star Basketball Team 1 ; Intramural Volleyball, 
Handball and Track ; Varsity Football 4. 
ROBERT L. SLEZAK, Intramural Sports. 6309 
W. Roosevelt St., Berwvn, 111. 

JACK C. SMITH, 1547 So. 80th St., West Allis, 
Milwaukee, Wisconsin. 

JACK P. SMITH, Softball. 9635 So. Sangamon St., 
Chicago, 111. 

JAMES W. SMITH, Platoon Leader. Brewton, 
Ala. 

ROBERT V. SMITH, 2139 Peniston St., New Or- 
leans, La. 




JAMES HARRY SPARKS, Navy Choir, 3742 7th 
Ave., Wylam, Birmingham, Ala. 

WILLIAM K. SPIELMAN, Bugler; Intramural 
Sports. Seward, 111. 

DAVID STAFF, Intramural Sports Board: Captain 
and Manager, Intramural Softball, Basketball. 1516 
No. 11th Ave., Birmingham, Ala. 
DARBY STAPP, Sigma Nu Fraternity. Birming- 
ham, Ala. 

ALBERT BOWEN STEPHENS, JR., Sigma Nu 
Fraternity : Vice-President, Kappa Phi Kappa ; Sen- 
tinel, Sigma Nu. Birmingham, Ala. 
JACK PORTER STEPHENSON, Platoon Leader. 
1909 16th Ave. So., Birmingham, Ala. 
JACK M. STRATE, Cheerleader; Morristown, 
Term. 

BEN L. SUMMERFORD. JR., 129 Courtland Drive, 
Montgomery, Ala. 

MALCOLM L. TANNER, 501 No. 68th St., Bir- 
mingham, Ala. 

WAYNE R. TAPPAN, DeFuniak Springs. Fla. 
GEORGE PEACH TAYLOR. Intramural Sports; 
Manager, Track Team. 3416 7th Ct. So., Birming- 
ham, Ala. 

WATSON ROB BINS TAYLOR, Orchestra; Scut- 
tlebutt Staff: Intramural Sports. Montgomery, Ala. 
JOSEPH THIBODEAU, 2710 20th Pt. W., Birming- 
ham, Ala. 

CECIL O. THRASH. JR., Tallessee, Ala. 
EDWARD BRUCE TILLMAN, Pi Kappa Alpha 
Fraternity. Vicksburg, Miss. 

HARRY M. TRAUSCH, Football ; Intramural Base- 
ball and Basketball. 5630 No. Virginia, Chicago, 
111. 

CECIL L. TRAYWICK, Platoon Officer. Rt 1, 
Adamsville, Ala. 

ROBERT ERNST TRICK, Racine, Wis. 
H. EDMUND VACKINER, Co. Chief Petty Of- 
ficer; Battalion Adjutant. Snvder, Neb. 
CHARLES BROOKS VAIL, Chi Alpha Sigma; 
Co. Petty Officer; Navy Choir. 1411 Berkley Ave., 
Bessemer, Ala. 

HERBERT MILTON VINES. Pi Kappa Alpha 
Fraternity; S. C. & M. C, Pi K.A. ; Color Guard; 
Section Leader. 1214 4th Terrace, W., Birmingham, 
Ala. 

JOHN GAINES WALLACE, Color Guard: Pi 
Kappa Alpha Fraternity. 3555 73rd St., Jackson 
Heights, L. I., New York. 

EDWIN WARD, Pi Kappa Phi: Chaplain, Pi Kap 
Phi; Platoon Leader; Intramural Sports. Kinston, 
Ala. 

JOE WEINTRAUB, 123 Chapel St., S. W., At- 
lanta, Ga. 

ROBERT R. WELLS, Section Leader. Boaz, Ala. 
THOMAS J. WILLIS, Lambda Chi Alpha Frater- 
nity. Headland, Ala. 

PAUL EUGENE WILSON, Platoon Leader, 3rd 
Platoon, 2nd Company; Scuttlebutt Staff: "Salt Wa- 
ter Daffv'' Cast ; Section Leader. Decatur, Ala. 
JACK ARTHUR WINDERS, Sigma Nu Frater- 
nity; Platoon Petty Officer ; Intramural Basketball; 
Football. 508 Fifth St., Bristol. Tenn. 
ARMAND EDWARD WULFFAERT, News Edi- 
tor, Scuttlebutt; Navy Choir; Platoon Guide; As- 
sistant Director, "Salt water Daffv" Cast. 
JAMES ALLEN ZITZELBERGER, Color Guard. 
1356 Xo. 42 St., Milwaukee 8, Wis. 



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Rainer 
REnnEr 
Retzek 
Reynolds 
Rice 

ROWI.F.TT 



Schmidt 
schnittker 
Sharit 
Shaw, A. W. 
Shaw, M. O. 
Shimshak 



SlKES 

Simpson. S. W. 
Simpson, W. W. 
Sims 
Skinner 
Slaughter 



Slezak 

Smith, J. C- 
Smith, J. P. 
Smith, I. W. 
Smith, R. V. 
Sparks 



SpiElman 

Staff 
Stapp 
Stephens 
Stephenson 
Strati: 



Summereord 
Tanner 
Tappan 
Taylor, G. P. 
Taylor, W. R. 
Thibodeau 



Thrash 
Tillman 
Trausch 
Traywick 
Trick 
Vackiner 



Vail 
Vines 
Wallace 
Ward 
Weintraub 
Wells 



Willis 
Wilson 
Winders 
wuleeaert 

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In 

V4EA40KI KKi 



* THOMAS FRANKLIN MALONE 

son of Mr. and Mrs. R. H. Malone, Sr.. 
101 DeSoto Place, Macon, Georgia. 



* HENRY EDSEL WILSON 

son of Mr. and Mrs. H. W. Wilson. 1508 
27th Street, Birmingham, Alabama. 





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MEMBERS 

Bette Vail Davis 

Darlenk Franklin 
Virginia Ingram 



Carolyn Lay 

Virginia Lipscomd 
Jane Murphy 



PIS -III I I I NIC < OIISC II 



The Pan-Hellenic has worked together this year in close har- 
mony. They have managed to keep all of the sororities straight in 
their rushing and in case of any slip, have found aid in Mrs. Oben- 
chain, Dean of Women. 

This year Pan-Hellenic sponsored the Silver Set drive for organi- 
zations to purchase different pieces of silver to add to a set for the use 
of all organizations. 

Also, the members of the Pan-Hellenic have been prominent in 
their sororities and in campus life, too. They are all all-round girls and 
have added to the tradition of Howard, "to be friendly." 



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MEMBERS: 

Oren Anderson 
Billy Baker 
\Y in fred Brown 
Charles Dowdy 



David Hall 
Murray Kennedy 
James Maddox 
Darby Stapp 




INTI K . FRATERNITY C OUNC II 



With all of the studies at Howard, and the Naval program, and 
the few civies, the Men's Inter-Fraternity Council hasn't had so much 
on its hands this year as in past years. Everything- has been quiet on 
the front — and there has been a very good spirit of cooperation. 

The Council went so far this year as to give an Inter-Fraternity 
Council Dance which was sponsored by Pi Kappa Alpha, Lambda Chi 
Alpha. Pi Kappa Phi and Sigma Nu. 

Gone, it seems, for the duration are the hot political campaigns, 
the visits of the fraternities with one another and the like of college 
life, but the Council has kept alive the ideals of the fraternity and un- 
der present conditions, deserve much commendation. 



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licippci € lt€»|it «mt of 

• tlg»Itci 11**1(4* Pi im> beauty, 




The Alpha Delta Pi upheld their tradition the past 
year by claiming many honors. At the ADPI House 
stands the scholarship cup of Pan-Helenic and also Beta 
Province of Alpha Delta Pi. Three girls, Jean Buchanan, 
Betty Davis, and Katherine Wrenn were tapped by Hypa- 
tia ; other Hypatia members are Carolyn Clemmer and 
Margaret Ward. Betty Davis and Margaret Ward were 
chosen for Who's Who in American Universities. Jeanne 
Mangum was elected Dream Girl of Pi Kappa Alpha Fra- 
ternity. Five AD Pi's were among the semi-finalists in 
the Beauty Parade: Jeanne Mangum, Mary George 
Mangum, Virginia Masis, a student from Costa Pica. 
Emma Jane Nix, and Dorothy Perkinson. Margaret 
Ward served as president of Women's Student Govern- 
ment. 

( )n the social calendar the AD Pi's started their year 
with the annual Diamond Banquet. A speghetti supper 
given in honor of pledge and Xaval students was a great 
success. Other entertainments included a cookie shine, 
chicken suppers, picnics and an open house. 



OFFICERS 

President Bette Davis 

/ 'ice-President Jkax Buchanan 

Secretary Cakui.yx Ci.EMMEK 

Treasurer ... Martha Miller 

MEMBERS 

Shirley Anderson 
J Kan Buchanan 
Carolyn Clem mer 
Mary Jo Cockrell 
Betty Davis 

Eleanor Povell 

Jeanne Mangum 

Mary George Mangum 
Virginia Masis 
Ann McGaha 

Mary Anne McGee 
Martha Miller 

Emma Jane Nix 
Katiilyne Parsons 
Dorothy Perkinson 
Peggy Roper 
Nonie Simons 
Bebe Suter 

Joyce Turrextine 
Janyce Ward 
Margaret Ward 
Kathrine Wrenn 
Mary Louise Wrenn 



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ALPHA DELTA PI 

scholarship And IciI*»hI 




Anderson 
Buchanan 
Clemmkr 
Cockrku, 



Davis 

LOVELL 

Masis 

Manc.um, J. 



Mangum, M. 
McGaha 
McGee 
Miller 



Nix 

Parsons 
Perkinson 
Roper 
Simmons 



Suter 
Ward, J. 
Ward, M. 
Wrenn, K. 
Wrenn, M. 




4 lk€*g»i «*■- of 



Beta Sigma Omicron, with Carolyn Lay serving as 
president, has experienced a very good year. In spite of 
all the changes brought forth by the tri-semester system 
the girls have had quite a few honors bestowed upon 
them. Some of them were : Anna Margaret Bee became 
a member of Hypatia at its animal tapping; Virginia 
Maxwell and Alys Yoe were honored on Honor Day; 
Virginia Ingram was elected Treasurer of the Student 
Government; Alys Yoe and Virginia Maxwell became 
members of Alpha Epsilon Delta ; Sue Smith was elected 
Historian of the National Honorary Art Fraternity, Kap- 
pa Pi, and Gene Smith was elected to serve as Treasurer 
of the new Red Cross Chapter at Howard. 

Girls who represented Beta Sigma Omicron in the 
Beauty Parade were Gene Smith, Virginia Ingram, Caro- 
Ivth Marsh, and Annie Ruth Thornton. 

Carolyn Lay, Gene Smith, Sue Smith. Florence 
Sherrod, Alys Yoe, Virginia Maxwell, and ( )live White 
are members of the Women's Athletic Association. Dor- 
othy Saylor, Carolyn Marsh, Martha Kate Anderson, and 
Gene Smith are members of the Dietetics Club. 

Among the parties given during the year were a 
Canteen Party, a Schoolhouse Party, a Big and Little 
Sister Christmas Party, and a Founders' Day Breakfast 
to celebrate the founding of the sorority. 

Beta Sigma Omicron finished up the year by re- 
decorating their lodge and having an ( )pen House in 
honor of Mrs. Juelda Burnaugh, executive secretary of 
Beta Sigma Omicron, and retiring chairman of National 
Pan-Hellenic. Members of the newly founded Mothers' 
Club helped to make the affair a big success. 



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OFFICERS 

President Carolyn Lay 

1st. Vice-President Virginia Ingram 

2nd. Vice-President Clairece Nelson 

Recording Secretary . . Alys YoE 

Corresponding Sec. Martha Kate Anderson 
Treasurer Annie Ruth Thornton 

Warden Mary CoPELAND 

Editor Sue Smith 

Rush Captain VIRGINIA INGRAM 

Co-Rush Captain Gene Smith 

MEMBERS 

Martha Katk Anderson 
Mary Anderson 
Vivian Barnes 
Mary Copeland 
Virginia Ford 

Gwendolyn HaglEk 

Virginia Ingram 
Carolyn Lay 
Peggy Lee 

Carolyn Marsh 

Jane Mathews 

Virginia Maxwell 
Clairece Nelson 
Dorothy Saylor 
Florence Sherrod 
Gene Smith 

Sue Smith 

Annie Ruth Thornton 
Dorothy Turner 
Olive White 
Alys Yoe 



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Anderson 
Barnes 
copeland 
Fokd 



Inc. ram 
Lay 
Lee 
Marsh 



Mathews 

Maxwell 
Nelson 
Saylor 



Sherrod 
Smith, J. 

Smith, S. 



Thornton 
Turner 
Yoe 



Alpha Pi C lk«n|»l er of 



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For many years the Delta Zetas of today will look 
back on the year l!>4.'!-44 as a big year in their history. 
Outstanding campus honors came to many of her mem- 
bers — three were tapped by Hypatia, Jane Murphy, Ruth 
Allen, and Efro Gatsis. These three were also elected to 
appear in the 1944 edition of "Who's Who in American 
Universities and Colleges". 

Then there arc the "Sweethearts", Frances Young, Dream 
Girl of Lambda Chi Alpha, I' Belle Whitman, Dream Girl of Pi 
Kappa Phi, and Maria Lipscomb, Sweetheart of Sigma Nu, Delta 
Zeta has come in for her share of beauty, too with Louise Mas- 
sey, Margie Orr, Fbdle Whitman, and Jane Murphy in the finals 
of this year's Beauty Parade. 

Other honors generously bestowed on the "Delta Zetas" in- 
clude: Gladys Weese, Louise Hardin, and Betty Lee Woodcock 
elected to membership in Chi Delta Phi, national honor literary 
society : Sue Patrick, Secretary of Women's Student Government : 
Jane Murphy, president of Hypatia and the senior class ; Frances 
Young, president of the Sophomore Class. Efro Gatis, Vice- 
President of Women's Student Government and Ruth Allen, 
President of Chi Delta Phi and Historian of Hypatia. 

According to tradition Delta Zeta held her annual Founder's 
Day Banquet following to head the list of the Spring activities. 
Before the Christmas Holidays, the girls got together for "a good 
time was had by all" Christmas Party at the Sorority House — 
tree, gifts, et cetera. 



OFFICERS 

President Jane Murphy 

Vice-President Efro Gatsis 

Recording Secretary Jewel Schweinebraten 
Corresponding Secretary -Anita Meadows 

Treasurer^ Virginia Lipscomb 

Historian and Editor Ruth Ali<En 

MEMBERS 

Ruth Allen 
Kitty Bruxkk 

esta coshatt elliott 
Efro Gatsis 
Louise Hardin 

Marie Lipscom b 
Virginia Lipscomb 

Louise Massey 
Anita Meadows 
Jane Murphy 

Marie Xuxneli.ey 
.Marc, IE Orr 
Sue Patrick 
Martha Purser 

J E w el Sen w ei x E p. rati: n 

Eugenia Shelton 
Betty Si m on ton 
Peggy Stephenson 
Ruth Thomas 
Gladys Weese 

LBelle Whitman 
Mary Jo WhitTEN 
Betty Lee Woodcock 
Bii.lie Madge Word 
Frances Young 



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DELTA ZETA 

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Allen 
Bruner 
Elliott 
Gatsis 
Hardin 



Lipscomb, M. 
Lipscomb, V. 
MassEy 
Meadows 
Murphy 



NUNNELLIiY 

Orr 
Patrick 
Purser 
schweinbraten 



S HELTON 

SlMONTON 

Stephenson 
Thomas 
Weese 



Whitman 
Whitten 
Woodcock 
Word 
Young 



Al|»l*A l»«»iMiiao CltAptor 



Phi Mu Excelled 




Jane Baker held the gavel for Phi Mu. Under her 
capable guidance the Alpha Gamma girls enjoyed a gay 
round of activities. Hay rides, scavenger hunts, lawn 
parties, big- sister-little-sister party, and the annual girl- 
break dance will be remembered by all. 

The Phi Mus are well represented in all organizations on the 
campus. Martha Hagood and Martha Patterson are members of 
Hypatia, with Martha Patterson also holding the honor of being 
recognized in Who's Who in American Colleges. Martha Hagood 
is also a member of Alpha Epsilon Delta Juanita Kaylor and 
Jane C. Bennett hold offices in Kappa Pi: while Martha Patter- 
son and Jimmy 1 )olvin hold offices in the Dietetics Club. Sara 
King and Jeanette Counts were elected into Masquers. Several 
are on the Crimson Staff. Darlene Franklin and Peggy Gambrell 
were among the semi-finalists in the beauty parade. 

Phi Mu is proud to claim Anne Hadley, daughter of one of 
the Profs, Dr. Hadley. 

Last year the Phi Mu won the basketball trophy. Jane Baker 
is intramural sports manager. 

Candy and flowers, have appeared at many times in the sor- 
ority lodge — the reason? Why frat pins and diamonds, of course. 
The girls are Jane Baker, Mary Alice Lucius. Jimmie Dolvin, 
Jean Ryan, and Emaline Ryan. Peggy llolliday and Martha 
Patterson became Mrs. Gambrell and Mrs. Kdfcldt. 



OFFICERS 

President J axe Baker 

I 'ice-President Martha Hagood 

Secretary- -Mary Xeli. Pass 

Treasurer Mary Alice Lucius 

MEMBERS 

Xki.i. Ai.i.kx 
JanE BakEr 
Jane Bennett 
Virginia Casey 

Jeanette Counts 
Catherine Davidson 
Elaine Denley 
Jimmie Dolyix 

Darlene Franki.ix 
Peggy Gambrell 
Jo Graves 

Anne Hadley 

Martha Hagood 
Berryl Jeffrey 
JuAnita Kaylor 
Sara King 

Nona Kirkland 
Mary Alice Lucius 
Virginia Mehaefey 
Margaret Lee Monroe 

Elaine Parker 
Mary Nell Pass 
Martha Pattersox 
Jean Penui-l 

.Mary Ruth Riddick 
Km aline Ryan 
Jean Ryan 
ThEO Smith 

Jean Vann 
Eunice Ward 
Nanette Wood 
Cathryxk Word 
Dhlouise Granadk 



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Baker 
Bennett 
Casey 
Counts 



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Den ley 
Dolvin 
Fran kl ix 
Gambrixi. 



GranadE 
Graves 
Hadley 
Hagood 
Jeffrey 



King 

Kirkland 
Lucius 
Mehaffey 
Milam 
Monroe 



Parker 

Pass 
Patterson 
Penuel 
Riddick 
Ryan, D. 



Ryan, E. 
Smith 
Vann 
Ward 
Wood 
Word 



Al|»lt«i Ac tc» Clk€i|»tc^r of 

. . . Lambda Chi Alpka lia« 




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"Lambda Chi Carries On" might well he the story of 
this fraternity the past year. Facing its greatest crisis in 
years, a crisis brought about by losses of its men to the 
armed forces, the organization rallied and carried on. 
Those that are gone are responsible for the ability of the 
remaining to accomplish what they have, because they 
were the pourers of our firm foundation. 

Lambda Chi carries on her honors also, with Jon 
Crow wearing the Masquers emblem and Billy Baker the 
Senate Key. Bert Holmes and Donald Adcock are at 
M.I.T. doing research work. 

Following old tradition. Lambda Chi carries on in 
the sporting field. Billy Adams, all-stage high school 
sprinter, is showing his flash on Howard's track team. 
With an impromptu football team, the fraternity faced 
the vaunted Kappa Alpha's of Southern, heretofore un- 
beaten for three years; but also not being accustomed to 
defeat the Chis rocked the Kappa Alpha's back on their 
heels for their first defeat and later their second. 

Lambda Chi has always carried on her principle of 
high ideals and good fellowship. She is ever striving for 
the higher goal because she is carrying on. 



/'resident _ Billy Baker 

Vice-President Allison Van Hildreth 

Secretary. Charles DowdEy 

Treasurer^ _ Jon Crow 



MEMBERS 



Billy Adams 
Mack Allison 
Billy Bakkr 
Jon Crow 

Charles Dowdey 
Jimmy Dykes 
Hubert Edgar 

Allison Van HildrETii 

Joe L. Johnson, Jr. 
J. < ). Johnston 
Roy Xoetzel 
Thomas F. Trotter 

John Turner 

Floyd Yarbrough 

Albert Harrocks 
Bill Prescott 



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Adams 
Allison 
Baker 
Crow 



DowdEy 
Dykes 
Edgar 
Hildreth 



Johnson 
Johnston 
Noetzel 



Trotter 
Turner 
Yarbrough 



Alpha Pi (lui|itcr of 

Pi lt€»g»|»€» AlpltA ■* the laroe«t 




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The Pikes have had a successful year under the ahle 
leadership of Winfred Brown and Carey Phillips. After 
giving up their Frat House on the campus they rented a 
vacant store building which was quickly rennovated into 
a suitable Lodge where members had access to telephone, 
typewriter, reading lights, ping-pong, bridge, dart, inn- 
ball, pool, radio and other means of recreation and con- 
veniences. 

Their activities continued to keep pace despite war 
conditions and other handicaps. Socially, they entertained 
with a spaghetti supper anchors away party, Shangri 
La party, restriction party and Christmas dance. Ath- 
letically, the Pikes gained recognition in that nine were 
initiated into the "11" Club after receiving their letters 
as players on the varsity football team. Eight were on 
the Track Team and they were also active in intramural 
basketball. The Pikes have also captured other honors. 
They are represented in Who's Who in American Uni- 
versities and Colleges, Trident, Kappa Phi Kappa and 
other honor organizations. 



Presidents : 

Vice-Presidents: 

Secretaries: 

Treasurers: 



Winfred Brown 
C. W. Phillips, Jr. 
Carey Phillips 
Murray Kennedy 
John Pitch lord 
Eugene Kratz 
Marshall Brittain 



MEMBERS 



Anthony, Yancey L. 
Bauer, Edward 
Balch, Henry 

Barber, William H. 
Brittain, George M. 
Brown. Winfred 
Carpenter, Gilbert M. 
Chandler. John D. 
Davis, James B. 
DeShazo, William 



Dodson, William 
FeuerEr, Lester 
Gedestad, Spencer 
GunTER, Ned 
Hills, William A. 
Holley. David 
Jett, Joseph 
Johnston, Karl B- 
Kampakis, Sergei 
Kennedy, Murray L 

Killiox, Wayne 
Kinsaul, Raymond 
Kratz, C. Eugene 
Landers, Lester 
Lewis, Thomas K. 
Lii.es, James E. 
Love. Joel 

Morris, Robert F. 
MunGEr, Roy 
Phakr, Ernest 

Phillips, C. W., Jr. 
Pitchford, John 
Pond, John E. 
Powell, Joe L. 
RennEr, Robert C. 
SPIELMAN, William 

Tii.i.max. Edward B. 
Vines, Herbert 
Wallace, John G. 
Wells. Robert R. 



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Anthony 
Bader 
Balch 
Barber 
Brittain 



Brown 
Carpenter 
Chandler 
Davis 
deShazo 



Dodson 
Feuerer 
GedEstad 

GUNTER 

Hills 



Holley 

JE'I'T 

Johnston 
Kampakis 
Kennedy 



Killion 

KlNSAUL 

Kratz 
Landers 
Lewis 



Liles 
Love 
Morris 
Munger 
Pharr 



Phillips 
PitchEord 
Pond 
Powell 
Renner 



SpiElman 
Tillman 
Vines 
Wallace 
Wells 



Alpha Eta Chapter of 

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President Jimmy Maddox 

Vice-President ... Kikby Pjcki.E 

Secretary Orex AndErsox 

Treasurer ..Robert Lauderdale 



Pi Kappa Phi has continued to function despite the 
many difficulties they have had. The "Boys from the 
Woods" as they have been referred to in past years lost 
their House to the girls for Duration Hall. However, 
they secured a house on Second Avenue where they were 
able to continue fraternity life but in a limited manner. 

The boys have been active in football and track. 
They have also had honors in Trident and other or- 
ganizations. 



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Anderson, Oren 
August, Phillip 
Avers, W. A. 
Bentley, L. D. 

BoTsforii. Thomas M. 
Charles, Harry Jr. 
Cox. J. E- 
Gregg, Lorexze 
Hamrick, Roy 

Hartsook, W. W. 
Lambdin, W. C. 
Lauderdale, Robert 
Loftix, Sam 
Lowrey, Dan 

Maddox, James T. 
McRae, Donald 
PicklE, Kirry 
Ward, Edwin H. 



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iLo Nd^§ Dream Girl 




Anderson 
August 
Ayers 
Bentley 



Botsford 
Charles 
Cox 
Gregg 



Ham rick 
Hartsook 

La m bdi n 
Lauderdale 



LOFTEN 
LOWREY 

Maddox 



McRae 
Pickle 
Ward 



Iota Chapter' of 

• • . Siomo Nu contributes Dream 




All Si^ma Xu actives and pledges are members of the How- 
ard College Naval V-12 and V-S Training Programs. 

Iota's social year had several high-lights in it in spite if war- 
time curtailment of social activities. 

There was the "night club" party with waitresses, cigarette 
girls, card room and bar and to top the evening, a floor show, 
featuring a ballet by Paul Wilson and Chorus. 

Commanding officer, Lt. G. W. Hulme, Asst. Commanding 
Officer, l.t. ( j.g. I J. H. Case of the Howard Naval Program, 
and representatives frim all campus fraternities were present. 
At the "night club" party, Miss Marie Lipscomb was chosen 
Sweetheart of Sigma Nu. 

Next, Sigma Nu was host to the campus sororities in a 
series of four parties : 

A stag party to honor brothers leaving for midshipman schools 
and pre-flight schools, was held at Joy Young's. 

A rushee banquet at which Iota and Theta ( University of 
Alabama ) chapter alumni, Representative Mark Hodo, Judge 
Hill Ferguson, Attorney William Longshore and Mr. John Mor- 
row were guest, was given. 

A banquet honoring the new pledges was given at the Molton 
Hotel. 

In sports, Sigma Nu was represented by "H" men, Bobby 
Brock, Leslie Jinks, Billy Longshore, J. C. Moran, Jack Hay and 
Sam Rice in football and by "H" men Jack Hay, Sam Rice, J. C. 
Moran, Leslie Jinks and Jack Winders in basketball. Pledge 
Jack Moran's basketball team won the intermural basketball 
championship. 

The Navy scholastic honor roll bore the names of several of 
the pledges and actives of Sigma Nu. 

During the past year, at various times, positions of Com- 
mander, Battalion Adjutant, Company and platoon officers have 
been held by Sigma Nu's. 

For the duration of the war the Sigma Nu's have moved from 
their house at 7621 Second Ave. South to their fraternity lodge at 
7710 Second Ave. South. 



OFFICERS 

President Darby Stapp 

Vice-President— Wh.i.iam Longshore 

Secretary Jack Hay 

Treasurer .Ross Rainicr 

MEMBERS 

Bextz, Phillip 
Brock, Robert 
Burkkttf:, M. E. 
Carden, William 
Cole, H. H. 
Dorm ax, T. M. 
Hall, David 
I [ay, Johx C. 
Jinks, C. L. 

Longshire, Robert H. 
LoNGSHiRi:. William 
Rainer, Ross 
Retzer. James 
Rice, Samuel 
Stapp, Darby 
Stephens, Albert 
Thrash, Cecil 
Winders, Jack 



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Bentz 
Brock 

burkette 
Carden 



COEE 

Dorm an 
Hall 
Hay 



I INKS 

Longshore, R. 
Longshore, W 
Rainer 



Retzer 
Rice 

Stapp 



Stephens 
Thrasff 
Winders 



Oil!' HiiiO ^lc*i€*i' 



Oh, Howard, Alma Mater true, 

I love thy glorious name, deserving every honor due 

To an unsullied fame. 

I'll love thee through each fleeting breath 

For all that thou hast done, 

And in the agonies of death 

Be still thv loving: son. 



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Oh, Alma Mater, dear, thy life 

A treasure is to me : 

Thou, Phoenix fair, through flames and strife, 

Hast shown thy right to be. 

Since poverty has made thee rich 

And struggle made thee strong, 

I view thee in thy self-made niche. 

And burst to filial song. 

Oh, parent true, the future fair 

Must hold but good for thee, 

For hope's fruition waits thee there 

In Blest Reality. 

And sons like thine will make thee shine 

With glory all thine own. 

And bring to thy maternal shrine 

Not gifts of erold alone. 



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Mrs. Maurice J. Anderson, the former Kitty Thordis Thomsted, of Flekkefjord, 
Norway, is our selector this year. From twelve photographs submitted to her she chose 
the six leading ones. 

Mrs. Anderson, the daughter of a newspaper publisher, was born and reared in 
Norway. She made a visit to America when a child and liked it so well she returned 
when she was fifteen to attend schools in North Dakota, New York City and San Fran- 
cisco. 

Feeling that her life was needed in the field of Christian service, she entered the 
school of nursing at the Missouri Baptist Hospital, St. Louis, and was graduated in 
1941. She has also attended the Baptist Bible Institute in New Orleans and the Wom- 
en's Training School in Louisville. She was married to Dr. Maurice J. Anderson June 
1, 1943, and shortly after, they were appointed as missionaries to China by the Foreign 
Mission Board of the Southern Baptist Convention, where they will minister to the 
needs of the Chinese people. 



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OFFICERS 

['resident Mary Gilliland 

Vice-President Eero Gatsis 

Secretary _. KathErixE W'kkxx 

Treasurer—. Jean Buchanan 

Chaplain Martha Hagood 

MEMBERS 

Ruth Allen M argene Oka ham 

Jean Buchanan Martha Hagood 

Carolyn Clemmer Betty Jane Houlditch 

Betty Davis Jane Murphy 

Nellie Friel Martha Patterson 

Eero Gatsis Margaret Ward 

Mary Gilliland Katherixe Wrenn 

In sharp contrast to the usual sunny spring tap day in front of Main was the 
sombre tapping in the auditorium this year. Nature and the speed-up program 
worked together to place this heretofore privileged occasion on a blustery, cold 
winter day. 

The requirements remained unchanged, however. They are character, scholar- 
ship, leadership and promise of future usefulness. These are the qualifications that 
have caused this single organization to he recognized on our campus as the highest 
honorary organization for women on the campus. 

Its members are drawn from those girls of the Junior class who are believed 
to exhibit a fulfillment of these ideals. They are girls who have doubtless already 
gained recognition in their chosen fields. Perhaps the most important but least 
easily defined qualification is that they show promise of future usefulness. 'I ime 
has shown that Hypatia members have indeed been true to this high ideal. 






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OFFICERS 

President Dan Lowrky 

Vice-P resident Joe Bill Knowi.es 

Secretary Clarence Slaughter 

Treasurer Harry Charles 

MEMBERS 

Harry Charles Norman Lovegren 

Cecil Culverhousk Dan LowrEy 

Thomas Franklin Paul Sanderson 

Hugh Haden Clarence Slaughter 

John Jeffers Gerald Ti dwell 

Joe Bill Knowles Davis Weaver 

Dean P. P. Burns. Advisor 

Scholarship, leadership, and esteem of students and faculty are the points 
which membership in Trident is based. 

Founded May 17, 1931, Trident has, through the years, maintained a high 
standard for membership and is recognized as the highest honor that may be con- 
ferred on a young man at Howard. 

This year, because of the accelerated program, Trident inaugurated semi-an- 
nual tapping instead of the usual Spring occasion. 




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WHO'S WHO In American 



Published annually, Who's Who is a compiliation of biographies of outstanding students 
in America. Qualifications include character, leadership, scholarship and potentialities of future 
usefulness to business and society. Those chosen this year are : 



Ruth Allen 
V. L. Anthony 
Harold Barnes 



Bette Vail Davis Joe Bill Knowles 

Efro Gatsis Daniel Lowery 

Bette Jane Houlditch Sara McNeill 



Jane Murphy 

Martha Patterson 
Billy Stephenson 
Margaret Ward 





kAPPA 

PHI 

KAPPA 



OFFICERS 

President— Y. L. Anthony 

Vice President James D. Hollis 

Secretary John L. Higdon 

Treasurer^ Earl B. Johnston 

Faculty Advisor.... _„Prof. O. S. Causey 

MEMBERS 

Y. L. Anthony Edward Jackson 

Harold Barnes Earl B. Johnston 

Herman Cobb James Maddox 

Cecil Culverhouse William E. Mattheus 

Hugh Van Eaton Maxwell O. Sims 

John Higdon Albert Stephens 
James Hollis 



Kappa Phi Kappa is a national professional educa- 
tional fraternity. Members are chosen on the basis 
of character, qualities of leadership and qualities of 
scholarship. They also must have had a minimum 
number of courses in the field of education and psy- 
chology. 



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( >F FICERS 

President Ruth Ai.i.ex 

Vice-President... ...Betty Woodcock 

Secretary-Treasurer -Sara McNEIL 

Bditor Mildred Bennett 

MEMBERS 

Ruth Allen Nell Brown 

Mildred Bennett Jeanette Counts 

Joy Boyd Martha Hagood 

Mildred BlankEnshiv Louise Hardin 

Elizabeth M cK night 
Sara McNeil 
Glenna Sherrer 
Gladys WeEse 
Betty Woodcock 

Chi Delta Phi is a literary honor sorority for women: its purpose is to foster 
interesting and intelligent writing both on the campus and in publications other than 
scholastic ones. 

Applicants for membership must submit one or more manuscripts to the 
judges, members of the faculty, who select the six manuscripts which they con- 
sider the best. An applicant must be at least a sophomore to qualify for entrance. 
At graduation the senior member of the sorority who has done the most outstanding 
meritorious work for the sorority is prescribed the Chi Delta Phi Award. 



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OFFICERS 

President. _Ross RainER 

Vice-President ...Jane Cook Bennett 

Secretary ...Betty LEE Woodcock 

Treasurer—. Juanita Milan 

Publicity Chairman ...Betty Lee Woodcock 

Historian .. _. Sure Smith 

Chairman of Exhibits. Juanita Milam 

MEMBERS 

Jam: Cook Bennett Ross Rainkr 

Esta Bell Elliott [Catherine Reid 

Bessie Lee Edmonsox Luella Robinson 

Earl Johnston Jewel SchwEinbratEn 

Nona Kirkland Sue Smith 

Virginia Lipscomb Helen Suter 

Mary Alice Lucius Twinette Wells 

Mary George Mangum Betty Lek Woodcock 

Juanita Milam Joe Clancy (Hon. Member) 

Emma Jane Nix Alida Townes (Sponsor) 
Elaine Parker 
Lionel Patton 
Eyro Dell Petri: h 

Alnha Alpha, of Kappa Pi, national honorary art fraternity is composed of art 
students who have maintained an active interest in art and have upheld a certain 
scholastic average. To create a continuous interest and appreciation of art on the 
campus and to encourage art students to develop their talents seriously, are the 
main aims of this group. 

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OFFICERS 

/'resident Paul Sanderson 

Vice Presidents ...Robert Wooddy, Margis Robinson 

Sergeant-at-Arms 1 —. ...Leven Hazlegrove 

Secretary Lionel Patton 

Treasurer... ...Guy Casey 

FACULTY 
Dr. Robert Owens Dr. Harold E. Wilcox Major Harwell G. Davis 

MEMBERS 
Guy Casey Ralph Longshore Paul Sanderson- 

Jon K. Crow Hugh Morris Clarence W. Slaughter 

Douglas Davidson Lionel Patton Billy K. Stephenson 

Boyd Franklin Ralph Peek John B. Turner. Jr. 

[j:\t.n Hazlegrove James Pittman Davis Weaver 

Joe L. Johnston Margis Robinson Robert Wooddy 

The purpose of Alpha Phi < >mega is service. The Howard ('.annua Chi Chap- 
ter was established four years ago and has served the campus and community 
faithfully since. 

Paul .Sanderson has made his term as president the past year a fruitful one 
so he's been drafted to serve another. Dr. Robert ( >wens is the active, enthusiastic 
faculty sponsor. 

Speaking unreservedly, A.P/ ). is among the most worthwhile organizations on 
the campus. Its service efforts are tangible. These include the campus post of- 
fice which they operate, pencil sharpeners for all buildings which they have fur- 
nished, getting out the student directory, which is no small job, supervision for var- 
ious civic drives and many other voluntary services. 

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OFFICERS 

President Betty Jane HouldiTch 

Vice-President Sara McNeill 

Secretary Louise Hardin 

Treasurer .. Wendell GivEns 

MEMBERS 

Taylor Abbott Wendell Givens 

Y. L. Anthony Louise Harden 

Howard R. Boozer Bette Jane Houlditch 

Jimmy Dolvin Sara McNeill 

Charles Emmett Joe Ben Summerford 

Gerald Tidwell 
Jeanne Vann 
Davis Weaver 

Betty Lee Woodcock 

Faculty Advisor, Prof. John F. Rothermel 

Pi Kappa Theta is an honorary journalism fraternity for students who have 
been outstanding in the field of journalism either by writing, editing or in class- 
room work. Organized several years ago it has sought to foster a spirit of fra- 
ternalism among the would-be "journalists." This year, in the way of social 
events, there was a week-end house-party, several picnics and parties given for 
members. Prof. John F. Rothermel has been the active sponsor. 



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Beta Pi Theta is an organization composed of members of the French ciass 
who have shown an interest in the French language, people, and literature. To 
become a member of the fraternity one must have excellent grades in French and 
also in other subjects. A certain amount of activity in extra-curricular activities 
is also required. Membership in P.eta Pi Theta is a great honor for a member of 
the French classes. Although the national fraternity is temporarily disbanded for 
the duration, the Howard chapter is still continuing its activities and has many 
plans for this year. 

OFFICERS 

Prsident . Margaret Ward 

/ 'ice-President Katherine Wrexx 

Secretary-Treasurer J ANE Claire Wood 

MEMBERS 

Nell Brown Jane Claire Wood 

Mary Ann McGeE KatherinE WrEnn 

Noxxik Simmons Prof. H. C. Acton 
Margaret Ward 



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MEMBERS 



Martha Anderson 
Vivien Barnes 
Mildred Bennett 
Betty Byars 

Jo Cochran 

JlMMlE D0LVIN 

Virginia Ingram 
Louise Massey 



Elizabeth McKnight 
Anita Meadows 
Marie NunnellEy 
Mary Nell Pass 

Martha Patterson 
Dorothy Saylor 
Glenna Sherrer 
Gene Smith 



Annie Ruth Thornton 
Joyce Turrentine 
Janyce Ward 

Miss Elizabeth Jacobs, Sponsor 

The Dietetics Club is composed of women students who are majoring' in Die- 
tetics. This organization meets not only to learn but also to do something. Mem- 
bers assist at the dormitories in preparing meals, where they gain valuable practical 
experience. 

Their cooking experiments have often proved successful and appetizing — ac- 
cording to friends of members who have profited therefrom! Under the able spon- 
sorship of Miss Elizabeth Jacobs, delightful aromas float into the air on Second 
Avenue where their Club 1 louse is. 



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OFFICERS 

President Ira Patton 

Vice-President Darlene Franklin 

Secretary Mary Gilliland 

Treasurer Martha Hagood 

Reporter Harry Charles 

Faculty Advisor Dr. Richards 

MEMBERS 
Harry Charles Margene Graham Carey Phillips 

Elvia Eddleman Hugh Haden Bobbie ReinhardT 

DarlEnE Franklin Martha Hagood Davis Weaver 

Mary Gilliland Earl Johnston Alys YoE 

Ira Patton 

This organization was the second of its kind to be founded in the state of 
Alabama. It functions to promote more interest and better understanding among 
pre-medical students. Members are chosen on the bases of scholarship, leadership, 
character, and deep interests in the field of biology and medicine. Activities in- 
clude : weekly meetings; special meetings with outstanding speaker; bianmialinitia- 
tions, and frequent "get-togethers". 

Honors include: Mary Gilliland, Martha Hagood, and Margene Graham were 
tapped for Hypatia ; Harry Charles, Davis Weaver, Ira Patton, Hugh Haden, and 
Elvia Eddleman were tapped for Trident. Bobbie Reinhardt and Darlene Frank- 
lin were representatives in the Beauty Parade. 

Doris Godwin, former president of Alpha Epsilon Delta, is now at the Uni- 
versity of North Carolina doing graduate work. Ira Patton and and Kaye Markee 
are at the University of Alabama Medical School. Eugene Gordon is studying 
medicine at Vanderbilt. 

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OFFICERS 

President ...Dan Lowki'.y 

Vice-President— ...Nellie Frikl 

Secretary-Treasurer Mary Gilliland 

MEMBERS 
Joe Allen V-12 Mary Gilliland 

Harry Ciiari.es MargEnE Graham 

Thomas Franklin Oscar LEE Hurtt 

Nellie Friel Norman Lovecrkn 

Dan Low key 

H. C Miller V-12 
Charles Vail V-12 

Dr. Xan and Dr. Wilcox are advisors 
Membership in Chi Alpha Sigma, honorary chemistry fraternity, requires a 
high record of scholarship, particularly in chemistry. One must keep his grades well 
above the "c" level and must lie working toward a major in chemistry. Programs 
consist of outside speakers as well as charter members who discuss subjects that 
are closely connected with chemistry. 



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OFFICERS 
President _„ Feagin Burns 

/ 'ice-President— Magdalene Wade 

Secretary-Treasurer - Jean WRIGHT 

Faculty Advisor .. Dr. IIaih.ky 

MEMBERS 
David Barkesdale Jean GullEdge DarlEne F. Patton 

Frances Bell Huge Haden Paue Putman 

Bill Owen Eddie Hall Jane Scofiei.d 

Bobby Burns Montey HartseEL James Stutts 

Johnnie C rot well JuaniTa Hayes ['Bell Whitman 

Laura Doan Klbrey Herring Harrison Williams 

James Galbreth Jake Mattson Dr. Olive 

Bernice Greer Lillie Mazzara Dr. Richards 

Carolyn McClendon 

I I ARRY New 

Ruth Newman 
Jack I'anneli. 
In order to promote professional fellowship, unify their endeavors toward 
education in pharmacy in its broadest interpretation, stimulate the interest of 
students in all avenues in the arts and sciences of pharmacy, promote the welfare 
of the educational institution in which its members are enrolled, provide for com- 
munion with practitioners in the field of pharmacy, and to insure the interest o! 
pharmacy students in the developments and trends in the profession of pharmacy, 
TILE AND MORTAR was established. 



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OFFICERS 

President— - .—Sue Patrick 

Vice-President .— Margaret Fee Monroe 

Secretary Clayton Gilbert 

Treasurer Martha Patterson 

Reporter Margaret Ward 

Sponsor Miss Sparks 

MEMBERS 
Nell Brown Margaret Lee Monroe 

Herman Cobb Hugh Morris 

Jeanette Counts Jam: Murphy 

Jon Crow Sue Patrick 

Elaine DenlEy Martha Patterson- 

Clayton Gilbert Margaret Ward 

Sara King Betty Fee Woodcock 

Jedy Files 
Masquers Club is composed of those students on the campus who have .shown 
an abiding interest in Dramatics. Organized in 1933, Masquers has gained an in- 
dispensable place on the campus. It takes work to get into this organization and 
when one has made it he may rest assured that something has been accomplished, 
at least in the line of dramatics. A sum of ten points must be accumulated before 
membership may even be considered and then the endorsement of the group must 
be gained. Points may be obtained by writing plays, by acting in major Masquer 
productions, by directing, and by working backstage. Many of our best Masquers 
never felt the footlights. 

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Reed. Second row left to right — Mrs. Martinson, Morton, Sargent, McKnight, Barnes, Massey, Ward, M., Orr, 
Purser, Farr, Chisolm. Third row left to right — McRae, Fdfeldt, Weathers, Worthington, Garrett, Casey, 
Ryan, Wood, N., Morris, Kluge. Fourth rozv left to right — Anthony, Longshore, Kratz, Lovegren, Davidson, 
Hicks, Hall, Landers, Hazlegrove, Harper. 



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OFFICERS 

President ...Paul Kluge 

Vice-President ...Eugene Kratz 

Secretary-Treasurer- Jo Ann Jordan 

Director Mrs. Kathleen T. Martinson 

Accompanist ...Miss Jean Morris 

MEMBERS 

Y. L. Anthony Mack Harper Margie Jean Orr 

Vivien Barnes Marian Harris Renah Claire Pittman 

Jean Buchanan Leven Hazlegrove Martha Purser 

Virginia Casey Forrest Hicks Evelyn Reed 

Sara Chisolm Jo Ann Jordan Emalink Ryan 

Douglas Davidson Paul Kluge Margaret Sargent 

Martha Pat EdFEldt Eugene Kratz Janyce Ward 

Martha Lou Fagan Lester Landers Margaret Ward 

Nina Fay Farr Billy Longshore Ronald Weathers 

Sara Garrett Norman Lovegren Dorothy Wise 

Cosby Hall Louise Massey Jane Claire Wood 
Louise Hardin Elizabeth McK nigh i Nannette Wood 

Bernice McNair Jean Worthington 
Donald McRae 
Gene Morris 

Margaret Morton 

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Farr. Second row left to right — Mrs. Martinson, Fagan, Anderson, Sargent, Morton, Wood. J., Reed, Turnei, 
Smith. Nunnelly. Tliird row left to right — Morris, Garrett, Ryan, Ward, Gatsis, Worthington, Anderson, Crow, 
Harrison, Wood, N. Fourth row left to right — Casey, McKnight, Barnes, Wrenn, Simons, Ward, M., Wrenn, 
K., Purser. Masseyj On. 



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OFFICERS 

President... Jean Buchanan 

/ 'ice-President - Bette Jane HouldiTch 

Secretary-Treasurer Jo Ann Jordan 

MEMBERS 

Martha Anderson Marian Harris Gene Smith 

Shirley Anderson Norma Harrison Jo Ann Templeton 

Mildred Arledge Jo Ann Jordan Flora Thomas 

Vivien Barnes Louise Massey Dorothy Turner 

Virginia Casey Elizabeth McKnight Janyce Ward 

Sara Chisolm Bernice McNair Margaret Ward 

Lois Crow Margaret Morton Dorothy Wise 

Martha Lou Fagan Gene Morris Jane Claire Wood 

Nina Fay Farr Marie Nunnelly Nanette Wood 

Ruth Faucett Margie Jean Orr Jeanne Worthington 
Sara Garrett Renah Claire Pittman KathErine Wrenn 

Efro Gatsis Martha Purses Louise Wrenn 
Evelyn Reed 
Emaline Ryan 

Margaret Sargent 
Nonie Simmons 



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ENT UNION 



BAPTIST STUDENT UNION, 
unit religious group, has for a number 
year its schedule was begun with a tw 
Them In" featuring Mary Nance Danie 
welcome for the incoming Freshmen, 
watermelon cutting for Navy students 
Christmas party. 

The B.S.U. sponsors morning watcl 
day morning where prayer is mellowed 
worship service at Ruhama Baptist Ch 



the organization composed of all students actively engaged in any 
of years been an integral part of the campus program. This 

day retreat for its leaders at Ruhama on the theme "Bringing 

1 and Maines Rawls. A lemonade stand added on atmosphere of 
Other activities included a Seven Day Chatauqua Party, a 
, a battleship party, Thanksgiving service by East Lake and a 

l at eight each morning, early morning prayer service each Fri- 
by candle light and friendship circle following Sunday evening 
urch. 



OFFICERS 



President —Joe Bill Kxdhi.es 

Enlistment Chairman Mary Gilliland 

Co. C 'ha inn a n Polly Coc h r a n 

Social Chairman Sue Patrick 

Co. Chairman Earl PoTT s 

Devotional Chairman Davis Weaver 

Co. Devotional Chairman Doris Shelby 

Poster Chairman Eyra Dell Petre 

Co. Chairman ... Bonnie Kith Weaver 



Secretary Mary Helen Sartain 

Co. Secretary Norma Harrison 

Treasurer Twixkttk Wells 

Prayer Room Chairman Annette McLEOD 

Prayer-mates Chairman ... Page Kellev 

Music Chairman ...SlGURD Bryan 

Co. Music Chairman ... ....Martha Lou Hagood 

Baptist Student Magazine -~ Nelson Duke 

Faculty Advisor Dr. Xan 



REPRESENTATIVES 



Ruhama Sunday School — Margaret Ann Sargent, 

Martha Pelham 
Training Union Director — Sarah Williams 
Mission Band — Cecil Little 



Ministerial . Issociation — Billy Stephens 
Y.W.A. — Martha Hagood 
W.C.V. — Annie Lee Golden 



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ISTIAN ASSOCIATION 

OFFICERS 

President Ernest WhEELER 

J 'ice-President ~ Y. L. Anthony 

Secretary Ralph Peek 

Treasurer Jon Crow 

MEMBERS 

Joe Allen Cecil Culverhouse 

Y. L. Anthony Clayton Gilbert 

Iamks Armstrong Edward Jackson 

■ „ ^ E. T. Norton 

Bill Brown Jack PadEn 

Gilbert Carpenter Lionel Patton 

Ralph Peek 
Carey Phillips 
Earl Potts 
Hubert Ray 

Ernest Wheeler 
Robert Wooddy 

The Y. M. C. A. endeavors to build character, spread Christianity and pro- 
mote clean and wholesome fellowship among the men students. Under the sponsor- 
ship of Professor James C. Chapman, the "Y" brought several prominent speak- 
ers to the campus this year, gave one of the most successful parties of the season 
and contributed in improving student relationships. 



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OFFICERS 

/'resilient .. Annie LEE Golden 

/ 'ice-President -Mildred Blankenship 

Secretary-Treasurer .... Joyce Brown 

Program Chairman Mary Helen SarTain 

Mission Chairman ——Doris Shelby 

MEMBERS 

Nell Allen Martha Lou Faoan 

Mildred Blankenship Ruth Faucet 

Joy Boyd Annie Lee Golden 

Joyce Brown Louise McGinty 

Mamie LEE Carroll Annette McLEOd 

Polly Cochran Margaret Montgomery 

Bessie LEE Edmondson Sue Patrick 

Hildred Ellis Margaret Axx Sargent 

Mary Helen Sartain 
Doris Shelly 
Nonie Sim mons 

Laura Mae Whiting 

The Women Christian Volunteers is an organization for women who are in- 
terested in doing religions work. They have dedicated themselves to be "Volun- 
teers for Christ," doing whatever the task may be. Some plan to he home or for- 
eign missionaries, other — educational directors, etc. 

The members of Women Christian Volunteers want anything but the stigma 
of being called straight-laced religionists. Their aim is practical, visible, modern 
Christianity. 

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OFFICERS 
President Cecil LiTTi K 



MEMBERS 



Edward Ashley 
W'ii.ma Aubrey 
Joyce Boyd 
Joyce Brown 

Mamie LEE Carroll 
( '.ay Daniel 
Nelson Duke 
Annie Lee Golden 
Mary Gilliland 
Page Kelli:y 
Margaret S a rg k n t 
Hortez Seals 
Doris Shelby 
Lydia Wilson 



Joe Bill Knowles 
Cecil Little 

Annette McLeod 
Catherine McCool 
Donald McRae 
Margaret Montgomery 
Lionel Patton 
Eyra Dell Petrea 
Hubert Ray 
Evelyn Reed 
Edward Jackson 
Madeline Vernon 
Dorothy Warren 
Robert Wooddy 



The Mission Group this year has heen very active under the leadership of 
Cecil Little. It has brought missionaries to the campus to speak about their field 
of service, has sponsored a mission, a Sunday School class for under-privileged 
children has been taken care of, and has contributed to other worthwhile causes. 

Many of the members plan to enter the field of missions either in the home- 
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campus. With so many members this should be so ! 

Meeting each Tuesday evening, the Association fosters a good spirit among the brethren, spon- 
sors a different speaker at each meeting, and promotes worthy causes. 

The group has been ably led this year by Billy Stephenson the first semester, David Human the 
second semester and for the new term, Lewis Marler. 



MINISTERIAL ASSOCIATION 



OFFICERS 



President-- 

Vice-President 

Secretary 

Treasurer 

Publicity Chairman- 



-... David Homan 
...Frank Hixon 

Ralph Peek 

Ted Seals 

-Y. L. Anthony 



President- Billy Stephenson 

Vice-President _ - Page Kei ley 

Secretary Edward Ashley 

Treasurer _ _ Harold Barnes 

Publicity Chairman Y. L. Anthony 



MEMBERS 



Billy Adams 
Joe Angi.in 

Jimmy Anderton 

Y. L. Anthony 

Earl Arnold 

Edward Ashley 
Harold Karnes 
Guy Bassett 

Mason Bondurant 
Joseph Britton 

Thomas Brock 
George F. Brown 

William Brown 

William W. Bkown 
Sigurd Bryan 

Guy Casey 

Hugh Chambliss 
Herman W. Cobb 
Edgar Crosby 
Cecil Crow 



William W. Crowdeb 
Bill Culhreth 
Douglas Davidson 
George W. Dowd 
Nelson Duke 

Donald Edwards 
Clayton Gilbert 
Erskin C. Glenn 
Fred Halbrook 
Mallie Hargrove 

Forrest Hicks 
John Higdon 
Frank Hixon 
James D. Hollis 

David S. Homan 

Edward Jackson 
Frederick Kelley 
Page Kelley 

Joe. Bill Knowi.ES 
Cecil Little 



Ralph Longshore 

Fred L. Lowrey 

Lewis Marler 

Horace McMickens 
Donald McRae 

Glenn Miller 
Loyd Moon 
P. B. Moore 
Hugh Morris 
Frank Morrison 

Terrell Nelson 
John Oakes 
Lionel Patton 
Ralph Peek 

Clarence Phillips 

Earl Potts 
Hubert Ray 
George Rector 
Harold Rhodes 
John Bob Riddle 



Leon Riddle 
Hortez Seals 
Cecil O. Sewell 
Leon W. Spain- 
Billy Stephenson 

George Threadgill 

Gi raid Tidwell 
Leland Tindal 
Bruce Todd 

Ernest Wheeler 

Robert Edward Wii.kins 
Woodrow Wilson 

John Robert Wooddy 
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ATHLETIC ASSOCIATION 

OFFICERS 

President Nellie FriEl 

,' 'ice-President - Beryl JeFFEry 

Secretary-Treasurer .. Lois Crow 

Faculty Advisor Miss Katheryn Horton 

MEMBERS 
Jane Baker Margene Graham Gene Smith 

Doris BoylES Martha Hagood Sue Smith 

Nell Brown Bkryl Jeffery Ruth Thomas 

Johnnie Crotwei.l Jo Ann Jordan Twynette Wells 

Lois Crow Nona Kirkland Olive White 

Jimmy Dolvin Carolyn Lay Nannette Wood 

Nellie Friel Virginia Maxwell Alys Yoe 

Mary Gilliland Betty McCool Frances Young 

Elaine Parker 
Martha Patterson 

Margaret Ann Sargent 
Flore n c e S i i E r rod 
The Women's Athletic Association was organized in 1930, for a two-fold pur- 
pose. The most important aim is to promote hetter sportsmanship, and its secon- 
dary purpose is to stimulate a greater interest in athletics among women students 
on the campus. 

In order to obtain only members who will forward these ideals, some require- 
ments for admission are set up. One must have received outside of class period a 
minimum of one hundred points in one sport. A minimum of one hundred points 
must be received every semester in order to retain one membership. 



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The "II" Club received a welcome shot in the arm 
out its football wares onto the intercollegiate front, 
in July, the Club boasted a roster of two basketball 
After a successful grid campaign membership swelled t 

This organization, which recognizes the skill and 
socially, breaking loose only once for a banquet. Lew 
had as his co-officials Bill Harris, vice-president, and 

Only honorary member elected by the group this 
manding officer of the V-12 unit at Howard. 



President 

/ 'ice-President 

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OFFICERS 



this year as Howard once again trotted 
When the first Navy semester started 

players and three honorary members, 
o 37 as 32 gridders earned letters, 
prowess of athletes, had a quiet year, 
is Marler, headed the organization and 

Ned Gunter, secretary-treasurer, 
year was Lt. George W. Hulme, com- 



Xfiwis Marler 

__.Bill Harris 

Ned Gunter 



FOOTBALL 

Lewis Marler Jack Hay Frfd CulwEll 

Billy Longshore George Taylor Ed Ward 

Bobby Nor max Bill DeShazo Tris Mock 

James Pittman Bill Harris Billy StephHxsox 

Ned Gunter Joe Powell Jeddy Liles 

Leven HazlegrovE Murray Kennedy Sam Rice 

Cecil Duffee Winered Brow x Borhy Brock 



Billy Dabbs 



Lewis Marler 
George Taylor 
Robert Wooddy 



William Dale 

Lt. George Hulme 



Ray Kinsaul 



Wallace Hartsook 



Leslie Jinks 
Charles Speir 
Vernon Brittain 
Carlos Adams 
John Chandler 
Sidney Bell 
Richard Owens 
Johnny Hinds 



BASKETBALL 

Dan Pittman 
Ed Ward 

Clarence Slaughter 

HONORARY 



Speed Herbert 
Jack Hay 
Johnny Hinds 



Wendell Givens 
Ronald Weathers 



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'"Snitz" Snider 
"Pete" Knudsen 
"Chuck" McDonald 



Howard just couldn't stand it. With all 
the great football material put on the Baptist 
campus through the graces of the Navy, 
Howard just couldn't let it waste away. So, 
shortly a meeting of the college's board of 
trustees was called and it was agreed that 
the Bulldog (modified to "Seadog" specifica- 
tions) would once more roam the gridiron. 

Athletic Director and Head Coach Snitz 
Snider was ready to go the minute the "go 
ahead" signal was flashed to him and, with 
the assistance of Pete Knudsen and Charles 
MacDonald, started the same day he was 
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The first day's turnout netted more than 
40 youngsters, seamen and civilians alike, 
to offer their wares to the formation of a 
team. The trustees agreed to only a short 
schedule, but in that four-game campaign, 
the Seadogs turned in a great showing - . 

The Seadogs broke even in four games, 
dropping their first two to Carson-Newman 
(another Navy reinforced team), 2T-20, and 
Wally Butts' University of Georgia Bull- 
dogs, 39-0, and then going on undaunted by 
these two defeats to trounce an Alabama 
Informal eleven and Sewanee by identical 
scores, 42 to 6. 

And just for anyone who's in- 
terested, here are the details of 
how the Seadogs went through 
the season : 

CARSON-NEWMAN 27, 
HOWARD 20 
It was the Seadogs' opener and 
they were facing a team which 
had" already seen action in three 
contests and came away unde- 
feated. Considering it was How- 
ard's first game and Carson-New- 
man's third, the Seadogs made an 
excellent showing, especially in a 
last-quarter rally (characteristic 
of Howard outfits) when they 
pulled the score from 27 to 7 in 
the Eagles' favor to only 27-20. 
As the team showed great im- 
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observers were firm in their belief that the 
Seadugs would have taken Carson-Newman 
into camp on any given gridiron at a later 
date. 

Tris Mock came into the game in the last 
quarter and started tossing aerials around 
to Cecil Duffee and Charles Spier, and be- 
fore the Eagles knew what happened How- 
ard had scored twice. 

GP:ORGIA 3d, HOWARD 

We try to forget this one every time we 
see it coming. It was Georgia practically 
all the way, Wally Butts' Bulldogs cashing 
in on every mistake Howard made. 




Whooping things up from the sidelines during the season were Head 
Cheerleader Jack Strate and Joe Johnson, John Turner, I'Belle Whitman, 
Marearet Lee Monroe, Martha HagooH and Kitty Bruner. 



HOWARD 42, ALABAMA 6 

This victory marked two "firsts" for 
Howard school: (1) Victory No. 1 for the 
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bama. The Roaring Tide was more of the 
type that comes in driblets, as ex-Crimson 
Tide players scrapped together a team to 
keep a grid atmosphere at the Capstone. 
The game was only four plays old (Howard 
carrying the ball) before the 7,000 fans 
present knew that it would Lie a rout for the 
Seadogs. 

The Crimson and Blue scored in every 
quarter, Cecil Duffee carrying over twice, 
while Edwin Ward, Bill Dabbs, Charles 
Spier and Billy Stephenson scored once 
each. Spier counted three points after 
touchdowns, with Mock, Stephenson and 
John Moran each counting once. The Sea- 
dog running attack, Duffee, Stephenson and 
Dabbs, was tops. 

HOWARD 42, SEWANEE 6 

The Purple Tigers from the University 
if the South just didn't have what it took 



to stop a rampant East Lake eleven as it 
bulled its way up and down the Legion 
Field turf to a -D-to-(i fare-the-well. This 
time Duffee scored three times, and was 
followed by Stephenson, Dabbs and Lewis 
Marler, who scored once a-piece. Marler 
was in action only two plays the whole sea- 
son, but he made one of them count. Ste- 
phenson ripped off a good hunk of gain and 
the next play found Marler going over the 
goal with the ball tossed to him by Stephen- 
son — the pass was good for 52 yards. 

During the season the Seadogs played 
before 17,000 people, seeing action before 4,- 
500 in Athens against Georgia. After the 
first extra point of the year was missed, the 
Baptists didn't miss another, 14 straight 
going through the uprights. In on this de- 
partment were Stephenson, Mock, Spier and 
Moran. The big boys toting the leather 
were, in the main. Left Halfback Stephen- 
son, Right Halfback Duffee, Fullback Dabbs 
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Bill Harris 
Jack Moran 



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Lewis Marler 

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Tris Mock 
Charles Speir 



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Gilbert Carpenter 

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As for that mascot, it was no less than that 
great canine, Meloff. Always in action when the 
Seadogs were on the move, this little black and 
white "hot dog" of Heaven only know what va- 
riety, was one of the main boosters from the bench 
and sidelines. 

"Brother John" Milner — known better and by a 
lot of people as just "Brother John" — was the man 
behind the guys behind the ball. Coming from 
Birmingham - Southern when the cross-towners 
dropped the grid game, "Brother John" changed 
his allegiance and started rooting for the Baptists. 
P. S. — He's a Presbyterian. 



WHO WERE ON OUR SIDE? 

And these are the boys who turned out to give 
Howard one of the better teams it ever had: 

Ends — Robert Brock, of Jacksonville, Fla.; Wal- 
lace Hartsook, of Lynchburg, Ya.; Leslie Jinks, of 
Panama City, Fla.: Lewis Marler, of Tuscaloosa; 
Richard Owens, of Aliceville; Charles Spier, of 
Birmingham; and Harry Trausch, of Chicago. 

Tackles — Carlos Adams, of Trussville; Sidney 
Bell, of Houston County; Gilbert Carpenter, of 
Spartanburg, S. C: John Chandler, of Birming- 



ham; Robert Doyle, of Athens, Ga.; James Pitt- 
man, of Birmingham; Emmett Siniard, of Bir- 
mingham; Robert Norman, of Birmingham; and 
Cecil Traywick, of Adamsville. 

Guards — Levin Hazelgrove, of' Birmingham: 
Marvin Burkette, of Birmingham; Fred Culwell, 
of Birmingham; Robert Fishkind, of Birmingham; 
Philis Gamble, of Birmingham; Ned Gunter, of 
Blount County; Albert Kaiser, of Birmingham: 
Raymond Kinsaul, of Tallassee; Robert Owens, of 
Aliceville; and William Pritchard, of Birmingham. 

Centers — William Harris, of Birmingham; Jeddy 
Liles, of Birmingham; Sam Rice, of Huntsville; 
and Joseph Powell, of Fairfield. 

Backs — James Alexander, of Sheffield; Billy 
Dabbs, of Hueytown; William Deshazo, of Bir- 
mingham; Ce'cil Duffee, of Dadeville; Dale Fichtel, 
of Alta Vista, la.; John Hay, of Huntsville; Wil- 
liam Longshore, of Birmingham; Manley Hazel- 
wood, of Birmingham; Tris Mock, of Montgom- 
ery; Bobby Moffatt, of Birmingham; John Moran, 
of Chicago; Charles Murdock, of Enterprise; Clar- 
ence Slaughter, of Birmingham; Billy Stephenson, 
of Hartselle; George Taylor, of Birmingham; Ed- 
win Ward, of Kingston ; and Paul Kluge, of Bir- 
mingham. 



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BASKETBALL 



There was no varsity basketball at Howard this season, but there were 
really two fast cage leagues at the school. The two leagues were called 
Renfroe Hall League and Smith Hall League. For the first half of the season, 
the Preachers, one of two civilian teams participating were champions of 
Renfroe, and the Morans, high-stepping quint, were tops at Smith. When 
the two teams met the Morans came away the victor in a hard-fought game, 
39 to 33. 

Clarence Slaughter, back from last year's varsity, Ed Ward and Jack 
Moran formed the core that made the Morans champs. Lewis Marler, an- 
other back from last year, Billy Stephenson and the incomparable Robert 
Wooddy were the bright lights in the Preacher lineup. The Town Boys had 
a good team, but it was taken to the cleaners in the semi-finals of the Smith 
Hall playoff by the Morans. Outstanding with the Slickers were Charles 
Litsey, Paul Kluge, Gerald Dorsky, Hubert Edgar and James Pittman. 



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TIK >SE GRID MANAGERS 

Winfred Brown, Murray Kennedy and 
Johnny Minds, those boys behind the hoys 
behind the football, who were responsible 
for getting the boys' equipment there and 
bringing it back and taking care of it while 
it was here. This trio, though not as color- 
ful as managers in the past (although 
Brown had a colorful uniform), certainly' 
performed as well in the capacity as man- 
agers as anyone at Howard has. 

FEMS 'N' SPORTS 

Phi Mn. Phi Mu. Phi Mu. That's just 
about all that comes to mind when it come 
to summarizing the gals and sports at I low 
ard. Starting hack in last January (that's 
1943) the Phi Mus have swept clean in every 
sport, basketball, softball, volleyball and 
basketball for the second time. 

The Phi Mus did not suffer defeat until 
this season at any of the sports. They 
bowed to the Town (".iris — always a thorn 
in the Phi Mu side— by a 19-18 count. With 
such stalwarts at Martha Patterson, Jane 
Baker, Toady Smith and Margaret Lee 
Monroe, it is small wonder that the girls do 
not continue to win. 



The Town Girls rate just behind the Phi 
Mus in sports at Howard, the Slickers de- 
feating most all competitors until they meet 
their jinx — the Phi Mus. Nell Allen, Jo 
Ann Jordan and Claire Belle Alexander 
form the core of the Town Girls' attack in 
an\ sport. 

The Dormitory, Delta Zeta and Alpha 
Delta Pi all rate on just about the same par 
behind the first two above, with the Beta 
Sigs, Dormitory and Y. W. C. A. teams 
trailing far in the rear. 

P( )( )TBALL 

The Lambda Chis, rumored having a grid 
team, just to uphold the teams that went 
before them to win two straight intramural 
football championships, came up with the 
only informal team on the campus last sea- 
son, the chic Chis getting in a couple of 
games before giving up. (They were a new 
bunch of boys and wore out quickly.) The 
Chis. however, didn't pick any "breathers" 
on their schedule. They played Kappa Al- 
pha, Birmingham-Southern champions, two 
games and won them both, (i to <> and 18 
to 13. Standouts for the Chis were Hubert 
Edgar, "Duke" Dowdy, Billy Gamble, Billy 
Adams and John Duddy. 



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W" it li Snitz Snider, former Auburn and 

( Mvmpic star to tutor, interest in track was 
a little above normal this year, which still 
wasn't saying a lot. 

"Chuck" MacDonald, navy chief specialist in 
physical training, first called together the as- 
pirants in February. Then when the Navy 
shooed him to sea duty. Snider took over. 

The biggest handicaps were lack of equip- 
ment and a schedule. And the season closed 
four months later without a lot of either. 

The first turnout numbered something above 
30. In May. two members of the team and 
the manager were awarded letters. 

Billy Adams, former dash man at West End, 
was probably the most promising prospect. 
Lack of competition hurt him and at the 
Southeastern A.A.U.. the only meet in which 
1 Inward entered, he finished third in the loo 
yard dash and second in the 220 after winning 
a heat in each. 

George Peaches Taylor, who worked on the 
shot until three days before the meet, entered 
the high jump and did six feet to gain third 
place in that event. He'd had two days of 



jumping and the best he'd done previously 
was five feet, ten. He, Adams and Manager 
David Staff were awarded letters. 

Bill Harris, a discus expert, had a bad shoul- 
der and had to cancel the engagement at Au- 
burn the day before the trip. 

Transfers and resignations took many oth- 
ers before the Auburn meet came around hut 
Snider opined the lads did okeh under the 
circumstances. 

Adams, on Howard's none-too-superb track, 
ran just about everything except the 200 in 
practice, then entered that event at the Plains 
because Snider took a gander at the order of 
events and decided running the 400 and 100 
together one right after the other just wouldn't 
do, especially as heats were necessary. 

Others who were out at one time or another 
(the one time being stressed) were Charles 
Spear, James Stutts, John Bradley, Bill Car- 
ter, Marvin Burkette, Bill Oehler, Bill hand- 
street, J. B. Davis, James Gann, Carev Phil- 
lips, John Hills, Charles Murdoch, Willie De- 
Shazo, George Brittain. Albert Stephens, Billy 
Dabbs, Cecil Duffee, Jed Pepper, John Cole- 
man and Red Wray. 



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Back row: Spear, Stutts, Bradley, Carter, Burkette, Oehler, Landstreet, Davis, Gann, Harris, 
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Intramural activity on the Howard cam- 
pus was slowed considerably over last 
year's, but what there was of the intramural 
proceedings was good. 

Things got rolling soon after school 
started in July and a 12-team softball league 
was instituted. Two of these teams were 
civilian outfits and the other 10 were from 
the Navy. 

With odds at 6 to 1 for a civilian team 
to come through with the championship, 
Clarence Slaughter's Town Boys (made up 
of preachers, 4-Fs, 17-year-olders and scho- 
lastically deferred players) crashed through 
to annex the second leg on the softball 
tropin- which is to be awarded to the first 
team winning three titles. 



A second-place ten, captained by Billy 
Dabbs, came in to hand the Slickers a little 
trouble, in tying them — game called be- 
cause of seaman suppertime (chow). The 
slickers racked up five wins and one tie to 
pace the pack. Dabbs was second, Ken- 
nedy's outfit next and the Krats (better 
known as Greeks) fourth. Each of the 12 
teams won at least one game in one of the 
"hittinest" leagues on record. 



FINAL STANDINGS 



Team— W L T 

Town Boys 5 i 

Dabbs ... _ 3 t) 2 

Kennedy . 3 1 2 

Frats (Greeks) 2 1 

Retzer 2 2 I 

Staff ....._ 2 3 



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Mock . .230 

Duddy . _ 2 3 

Bramnan ._ 2 4 

Liles .. 110 

Bell 13 1 

Duffee 1 3 1 





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HOWARD'S %t».le»t 




OFFICERS 

Billy Stephenson 

President 

Robert W'ooddy 

I 'ice President 

Sara Williams 

Secretary 

Virginia Ingram 

Treasurer 



Being a student-body officer at Howard requires grit as well 
as glamour. With the responsibilities of coordinating activities 
determining how student fees should be spent, and keeping the 
college publictions functioning', the Senate and officials have been 
very busy. With decreased student activity fees, the Senators 
have indeed done their best in making appropriations where they were 
needed most. 

This year's presidents were Billy Stephenson and Lewis Mar- 
ler, both very able and efficient in discharging their official duties. 
Then there was Robert Wooddy, vice president, who also took 
an active interest in student affairs and made a fine officer. Sara 
Williams was faithful to attend Senate meetings as secretary and 
discharged her duties well. Virginia Ingram, popular student 
treasurer, was active in looking after student interests even though 
her position as treasurer did not overwork her, as the college ad- 
ministration never relinquished student funds until they had to! 



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GOVERNMENT 



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A high honor at Howard is to be a student Senator, and take 
part in campus politics and affairs. In being" a Senator, one has 
to get used to having" the different publications and organizations 
on his heels wanting him to support certain measures. This 
year the Senate's main issue was the college annual. It took al- 
most half a year to learn from the college administration how- 
much money there was in the treasury, and then patience and 
persistence were needed to finally complete an approved budget! 
However, everything ended well and everybody was happy. 



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Lons Marler, Nelson Duke, Robert Wooddy, Bili.y Stephenson, Herman Cobb, Margis Robinson, 
Rette Jane Houlditch, Sue Patrick, Virginia In gram, Sara Williams, Mary Gilliland and Martha Lou Fagan 



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It has been on everyone's tongue 
this year, '"When — ?" but none of us 
knew. Under war-time restrictions, 
labor shortages, and many other diffi- 
culties, this animal has been produced. 
Every effort has been made for it to 
be accurate and for it to contain a true 
view of student life during the uncer- 
tain days in which we have lived. 

Because of decreased student funds 
there was a period of several months 
that it looked as if we would postpone 
all annuals for the duration. How- 



ever, with Navy students with us and 
because of these days which we treas- 
ured so much, it was felt that we 
should make every effort to have an 
annual. It has taken work, anxiety, 
patience — and the other necessary 
virtues — to present the life at How- 
ard as is contained in these pages. 

We are happy that we civilian stu- 
dents have had the opportunity to be 
with the Naval students — to form 
new friendships, to benefit and be 
benefitted, to play and work together. 
This annual would not have been pos- 
sible except through the active in- 
terest of all of the students, their fees, 
a sum made from several football 
games in which Naval students 
played, and our advertisers. To each 
one we are grateful. 

To the staff — the lesser ones and 
the larger ones — those who have 
helped some, those who have helped 
lots, we are indebted. To our Assis- 
tant Editor, Elizabeth Mc Knight, we 
express sincerest thanks for her noble 
efforts. And to Efro Gatsis, a strong 
moral supporter, we thank for her 
continued interest and aid. 



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STAFF 



Editor-in-Chief and Business Manager 
Assistant Editors: 
Organizations Editors : 
Sports Editors: 
Feature Writers: 



Art Editor and Cover Design: 
Snap-Shots: 

Photographer: 
Secretary: 

Typists: 

Assistants: 
. Id Salesmen : 



Y. L. Anthony 

Elizabeth Mcknight, Saka Wii.i.iams 
Sue Smith, Gene Smith 
Ronald Weathers, Clarence W. Slaughter 
Virginia Ingram, Vivien Barnes, Jo Ann 
Tkmi'leton, Louise Harden, Wendell Givens, 
Efro Gaddis, Mildred Bennett, Harold Barnes, 
Ross Ranier, Joyce Boyd 
Eari, B. Johnston 

Murray Kennedy, Winered Brown, MarjoriE 
Apperson, Gene Smith, Poll\' Cochran, Eliza- 
beth McKnight. Lionel Patton 
Eddie Griffith 
Mary Helen Sartain 

Gay Daniel, Louise Parker, Mary Helen Sar- 
tain 

Ruth Peek, Ralph Peek 
Edward Ashley, Donald Edwards 



{Seated) Jo Ann Templeton, Elizabeth McKnight, Mary Helen Sartain. 
(Standing) Earl B. Johnston, Virginia Ingram, Gene Smith, Harold Barnes, Vivien 
Barnes, Gay Daniel, Ross Rainer. 



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First row, seated: Joy Boyd, Margaret Ann Sargent. 

Second row, seated: Bonnie Weaver, Betty Lee Woodcock, Sara McNeill, Editor, 

Ruth Riddick, Jimmie Dolvin. 
Third row, standing: JiMin Anderton, Lois Crow, Frances Dike. Vivien Barnes, Jo Ann TemplETon, 

Hugh Haden. 



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The women seem to lie in control of the newspaper world at Howard. Since the resigna- 
tion last year of Wendell Givens, the women have had full power. However, even though we 
all know they're not quite as capable as men (at least, men won't admit it), this year's editor, 
Sara McNeill, has been tops in editing the Howard Crimson. Each issue has borne her expert 
personal touch and as a result the Crimson continues to rank as Alabama's Leading College 
Weekly. 

THE STAFF 



Editor : 

. Issistant Editor: 
Business Managers: 
Managing Editor: 

Circulation : 
News Stajj : 



Feature Writers: 

Society Editors: 
Sports Editors: 
Editorial 11 'riters: 
Poetry: 



Sara McNeill 
Jeanne Vann 

Jimmy Anderton, Bill Brown 
Wendell Givens 

Lois Crow, Virginia Ford, Frances I); ke 
Bette Jane Houlditch, Mary Kate FinlEy. 
Editors; Mary Ruth Riddick. Joy Boyd, Jeanne 
Vann, Bonnie Weaver, Mary Jo CockrEll 
'Billy Jean Young, Y. L. Anthony, Grace 
Mays, Jo Ann Templeton, Mildred Blanken- 
ship, Vivien Barnes, Ernest RosEMORE, Nell 
Brown, Madeline Jackson, Doris Jean Sturgis, 
Margaret Ann Sargent 

li\i\n Dolvin, Peggy Gambrell, Shirley An- 
derson 

Ronald Weathers, Editor; Nell Brown, Toady 
Smith 

Y. L. Anthony, Jimmy Anderton, Joy Boyd, 
Elizabeth McKnight, Sara McNeill 
Ih i. ii Haden, Elizabeth McKnight, Betty Lee 
Woodcock 



SCUTTLE 



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Under the editorship of Howard Boozer and Taylor Abbott, the Navy's publication, 
"SCUTTLEBUTT," a part of the Crimson, has gained wide notice. Carrying news of 
interest mainly for sailors, "SCUTTLEBUTT" has also received the attention of the whole 
student body. 



THE STAFF 



Editors : 
Sports Editor: 
Make-up Hditor: 
News Editor: 

Cartoonist : 
Feature Writers: 



Howard Boozer, Taylor Abbott 

Fei.ton Collier 

Estil Cradick 

Armand Wulfeaert 

Bill Carl 

Paul Wilson, Joe Allen, Ned G 

Tillman, Robbins Taylor, Bob 



UNTER, 

Doyle, 



I'ahen, J. E. Gardner, Alvin Shaw 



E. B. 
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L/r. George W. Hulme, Jr., USNR, Commanding Officer 

Lt. (j.g.) James H. Case, Jr., USNR, Executive Officer 

I/r. William J. ShERROD, USNR, Laison Officer for U. of .'. Medical Unit 

Charles E. McDonald, C Si'., USNR, Advisor 



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TO HOWARD: 

'rime has stalked in the shadows of your pine trees for more 
than a century while we, your adopted sons and daughters, have 
been challenged to greater living because of you. Have we, in 

our youthful enthusiasm, failed to thank you for yourself and what 
your existence means to us? 

Why do we love you? Because at your altars of learning we 
have been given a telescopic view of life. Here we found the test 
tube parallel with the Testament, art coinciding with beautiful 
lives, history a twin brother of honor and religion more than ritual. 

Through the smoke that vaults the sky about your campus 
we have dreamed our aircastles into limitless space. When the 
moon hangs suspended from the mountain peak we have felt the 
presence of departed lovers. The volumes of your library have 
haunted us like Banquo's ghost. 

We'll always remember the enduring admiration of the Bull 
Dog for the Sea Dog; the Navy's blue and preachers' majority; 
the memoirs of war materialized in "Ration", "Duration", and "In- 
flation" halls; those things we never talk about except behind 
closed doors in the "Crow's Nest", "Wolf Hollow" or the "Fox 
Hole"; the frosty morning when candlelight and prayer preceded 
sunrise and vespers hushed the evening into night. 

Howard, many a battle line is but an extension of your cam- 
pus. Your sons, bathed in the blood of battle, have not forgotten. 
As youth walking into unseen tomorrows over unknown graves, 
we pledge ourselves to them and to you who have taught us to 
build from a smoldering civilization a tomorrow for God and 
country. 

When your pines become but shadow of memories, your Crim- 
son and Blue will indelibly remain in our hearts. 

J. B. 



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Stunning', eh? . . . Just a match 
ess . . . Two journalists 
tunny, they're married ! 
Pow'tully interesting! . 
funny ? . . . Cute, eh? . . 
. . . Watch Slaughter! 



, The Duke and the Duch- 

Tell her. Preacher ! . . . That's 

. . Oh, how sweet ! . . . Must be 

. Ray for that Pike! . . . What's so 

Where's the fire? . . . Who said so? 




It's posed! . . . There's Senator taking the leavings . . . Seaman Lee Branmen 
... A bunch of Sigs . . . And A. D. Pi's . . . Little Buttercup, my buttercup . . . 
Just Greeks, that's all . . . Hi ya, Case, ole pal, Iookin' my way? . . . Give a 
little whistle . . . Hey, gremelin ! . . . Say. that's old fashioned . . . They do 
1 ok happy . . . The march of the black platoons. 




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A/S Edward Bader : Margie, how did you do it? . . . President Phillips. 
Esq.. etc: Those B.S.O.'s! . . . Dream Man surrounded by Night Owls . . . 
Cool for McCool . . . My. but ain't they purty ! . . . Bugs, just bugs. I smell 
bugs . . . That Lambda Chi House Party . . . White Christmas . . . Miss 



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The Rt. Rev. Dr. Homan . . . She's got Air Males. 




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Rig Hunk of Alan . . . Fashionable . . . Way up High . . . A/S Howard 
Boozer . . . Jojo and her Phi Mu's . . . I A. Harold Rhodes, U.S.A. Chaplain 
. . . Plutocrats . . . Treed . . . Wine, Women tS: Song . . . Xed Gunter, foot- 
ball . . . Suave, eh? . . . Dora! . . . Navy's favorite dining room girl. 







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Billy DeShazo, football . . . Four hearty Pikes , . . Where ya goin'? . . . 
Ensign, Chaplain. Lieutenant . . . The football managers — Brown. Shaw, 
Kenned}" . . . How Adorable! . . . Sigma Nu's on dress parade . . . D.Z.'s with 
lawn parties ... MY Cookie . . . Cheerleader Bruner ... MY Dream Man 
. . . Her Majesty, Elizabeth . . . Joe Powell, football. 




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All smiles . . . Ens. & Mrs. Edfeldt, happy, too . . . Prodigy Tidwell . . . 
Hello, Malcolm, ole boy . . . Chow time . . . Simply too loving! . . . The ole 
office force of Kirkland's ... At our game . . . Not so bad, eh? . . . Mrs. 
Mims . . . Hi, Efro, how are ya kid? . . . Uncle John . . . Little Jo and Juanita. 




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( >le Bill . . . My, how lovely . . . Joseph William Knowles, Esq. . . . Two 
good eggs ... It ain't chow this time, it's just pay day! . . . Am 1 seem' 
things? . . . They peer like co-eds ... La Luna y Morris — dos magna 
hombres, with apologies . . . What game wuz this? . . . Eddie, on the job, 
for once! . . . Jenuine sailors, so the}- say — and purty good 'sep ole picklepuss! 
. . . There's A Student. 




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Sue Patrick, .1/<;.v/ Promising Girl 
Wendell GivEns, Wittiest Boy 
Sue Smith, .l/o.s-/ Intellectual Girl 
Billy Stei'HEnson, .1/<m'/ Popular Boy 
Martha Patterson, Best All-Round Girl and 
Darlene Franklin, "Miss Howard" 
M \rgis Robinson, Most Handsome and Best 
Dressed Boy 

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Margaret Ward, Best Dressed Girl 
Davis Weaver, Most Promising and Mast In- 
tellectual Boy 
Robert Woody, Best All-Bound Boy 
Virginia Ingram, Most Popular Girl 
Sara Williams, Wittiest Girl 
Virginia Masis, Most Beautiful 



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Sam Simpson, Navy's Gift to the dais 

I'Bki.i. Whitman, Navy V-12 Sweetheart 

Wayne; KillEbrew, Most Talented 

Bill Harris, Most Popular and Best Athlete 

JoE Powell. Most Intellectual and Best Officer Material 

Not shown: Bill Carl, Wittiest Sailor; Jack Moran, Best All-Round Sailor 



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I.. APPRECIATION 



As this is written, the presses are rolling up to where they will need 
this to complete all of this annual. After months and months of prepara- 
tion, collecting, reading, composing, re-writing, photographing, pulling hair, 
losing sleep, and all of the other ills of an editor, this is indeed the end . . . 
of one glorious time in working with an understanding student body, but if 
I must be honest, one that is about as slow as I ! 

To Mr. Robert Faeber, of the Alabama Engraving Company, we are 
deeply appreciative for his invaluable aid in designing and preparing the lav- 
outs and the many other helps; to Mr. Francis Falkenberg, of the Alabama 
Theatre, for the use of his theatre and stage for our beauty parade; to Mr. 
Vincent Townsend, of the Birmingham News, for publicity for the beauty 
parade and heading the judges, which included Miss Lily Mae Caldwell, 
Mr. Francis Falkenberg, and Ens. Ruth Beffrey ; to Mr. A. A. Lubersky, of 
the David J. Molloy plant, for collaborating in our cove/ design; to Mr. C. S. 
Missildine, of the Birmingham Printing Company, for his invaluable aid; to 
Mr. W. I). Fleming, of the Birmingham Printing Company, for his interest in 
the Entre Nous; to members of the staff and interested ones for their con- 
tributions; to Elizabeth McKnight, most efficient aid, for her vigilance, per- 
sistence and tenacity in getting things done; to Efro Gatsis, Honor Student 
at Howard, for her active moral support AND to a kind and sympahizing and 
patient student body who made this annual possible through their fees and 
their constant interest. 

We also are indebted to our advertisers for supporting Howard College 
and this, the student body's publication. 

Life is filled with moments that we look forward to, they come, and 
are gone, and remain as a dream in our realm of memories — in the preceding 
presentation we are the ones who have had our stay at Howard, who enjoyed 
that stay and with regret upon reaching the status as Seniors, that we must 
leave — but they have been happy and glorious days that shall never be for- 
gotten. 



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Everything Used in an Office 

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Dry Cleaning 

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and 

FACULTY 

of 
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Pity the 

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If a Howard alumnus were to come back to 
school for some post graduate work, he would 
find that the Freshman class is quite different 
from what it was when he entered. In one 
way, Freshman classes never change. There 
is always that awe of the new surroundings, 
and the admiration with which upper semester, 
pupils are viewed. The Frosh looks anxiously 
to that day when he, too, will know all about 
the different college traditions, the eccentrici- 
ties of each professor, and the name of prac- 
tically every other student on the campus. The 
alumnus of Howard would find a change in 
the outward appearance of the new students; 
however, the majority of the freshmen now 
are members of the Navy V-12 Training Unit. 
These young men and the civilian students are 
finding out all about college life together. 

The students who began school in the July 
session have said that they would modestly 
accept any medals offered for action above the 
regular line of duty. They not only had that 
awful "last" feeling, and discovered with a 



shock that attentiveness in class is one of the 
first requisites of a good Howard scholar, but 
also had the broiling sun to contend with. 
Sometimes melting and miserable. Whatever 
the emotional set-up was, however, they %vere 
always too warm. 

The new semester began in October, when 
the weather was ideal for school work — wheth- 
er scholastic or social. The teachers were a 
big help in the scholastic field, and different 
campus organizations did their best to make 
the Freshman feel at home in the social world. 

There was a "Gay Nineties" party, spon- 
sored by the Recreational Leadership class 
Invitations, decorations and games all carried 
us back into those roaring days. Then, the 
B.S.U. had a Farmer-Farmerette party. All 
those city folks dropped their sophisticated air 
for an evening, and frolicked in the atmosphere 
of cows and corn. When St. Patrick's Day 
came along, the Y.W.C.A. planned a good 
Irish party for everyone. Even people whose 
Mother did not come from Ireland enjoyed the 
evening of fun. 



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WALKING TOWARD THE LIBRARY FROM MAIN 




During all this time, the Freshman class was 
not idle. Its members got together and had 
;i Sadie Hawkins day. The Daisy Maes chased 
the Lib Aimers along a flagged path to East 
Lake park, then returned proudly displaying 
their victims. Everyone then went to Berry 
Field for a wiener roast, after which they at- 
tended that excellent show "Salt Water Daf- 
fv", which was written, acted in, and directed 
by the sailors. 

By the time all of this playing was over, the 
Freshmen felt as though they knew every bit 
as many people as the Sophomores. They 
also discovered that Sherman Oak casts a spell 
around those who sit under its branches, there 
is no place colder than Riley I kill in the win- 
ter, and the innocent looking laboratories in 
the Science Hall can he turned into an orgy of 
scents. 

We aren't taking life too seriously and be- 
coming drudges, neither are we flittering 
around like little butterflies. The atmosphere 
here at Howard helps a person to keep a good 
balance among the social, religious, scholastic. 



and extra curricular phases of college life. 
Here, in the Freshman class, are the future 
campus leaders of this school we all love — the 
future Ilypatia and Trident members. 



With Sophomores — 

This year has heen one of constant adjust- 
ments for bewildered hut aspiring sophomores. 
First, they had to become accustomed to the 
new dignity that was theirs because of ad- 
vancement in courses. They gradually ceased 
their habit of jumping whenever upperclass- 
men let loose with an authoritative, "Fresh- 
man!" They even attempted a few times to 
exercise some authority of their own and if 
they seemed to enjoy it. can you blame them? 
Also, a large number of the familiar faces of 
friends were missing but there were a lot of 
new faces to take their places. These new 
friends included boys who entered Howard in 
the Navy V-12 program. Surely someone no- 
ticed a few sophomores exercising their priv- 
ilege to sit under Sherman Oak now that 
thev were no longer freshmen. 



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Dreaming with the Seniors 



Gather around ye little ones, while we turn back 
the moulded yellow pages of history to the annals 
of the class of '44. Yep, them was the good old 
days, back in '44 . . . three hour exams, absence ex- 
cuses, and that wonderful accelerated program. . . 
The June class of '44, it says here, was composed of 
38 members . . . some of whom started to college 
at one time, some at another, some at places other 
than Howard, some not. Rut they all started. 

Remember back in the Fall of '41 when most of the 
class launched on their college careers. Mr. Guen- 
ther and Milton Pope got you all fixed up as to your 
schedule, after you had spent long hot days in psy- 
chological and English exams, administered by dear 
old Dr. Lovegren. You had to do things with num- 
bers and words and figures, then you had to write a 
theme, remember ? Then when you were so worn 
out you couldn't hold up your head, you were coralled 
into the dining room at Renfro to be guests of the 
college at lunch. 

It was a good football season, the Fall of '41, and 
good that it was, too, for it was the last civilian 
team, so far. The Crimson, under the editorship of 
Anne Scanneley, issued an extra when the decision 
to drop football was reached. 

You registered over in the gym with the sympa- 
thetic aid of such profs as Dr. Brakefield, Dr. Wil- 
son, Willie Hull, Miss Dunham, Dr. True, Dr. Moore. 
Dr. Daviston, et cetra. Then classes, classes and 
more classes. Two and three years of them. In the 
meantime, there was that memorable day, on Dec. 
7, when classes gave way to news broadcasts, with 
few of us realizing all that it meant. One by one 
they left, our classmates. Many of whom would 
have been here tonight. 

July 1, 1943 — The Navy came. The Navy, with 
Rebels and Yankees alike and plenty of 'em. We 
didn't know just what it's be like at first but within 
a couple of weeks, the advantages of having 250 



gobs around stuck out like a sore thumb. The dis- 
advantages were few — the girls were hardest hit in 
having to give up their beloved Smith Hall but then 
again they enjoyed having so many males around. 
Renfro's clan of preachers had no trouble in finding 
quarters elsewhere and were quite cheerful about it. 

Berry Field became a beehive as the future officers 
toughened up and civilians with them. Assembly pro- 
grams were canceled for several weeks while the 
old chapel, filled with tradition but more so with de- 
cay, underwent a facelifting. And so it went. 

Between those lines of history were personalities of 
varied tones. Many of the class members took the 
fatal steps toward the altar in the meantime. Oscar 
Lee Hurtt wooed and won Florrie Thompson ; 
Juanita Milam added Kaylor to her legal name : 
John Jeffers too to wed a wife who was somewhat 
his junior in size; Frances Duke was elected treas- 
urer of the class but preferred to manage the fi- 
nances for Ens. James Sharman, to whom she was 
married in April ; Martha Patterson chose exam 
week for her wedding to Ens. Edfeldt, but it was 
worth it, declares she : but others who weren't get- 
ting married were doing things. Ruth Allen got 
a job selling books at Loveman's and spent her time 
chanting "I'm working my way through a magazine, 
would you like to buy a college?" Martha Kate An- 
derson got herself accepted as a student dietitian at 
a Carolina hospital ; Jean Buchanan decided to come 
back to old Hard to get an edication after she gets 
her sheepskin. Harry Charles got himself engaged 
to a redhead from U. of A., Cecil Culverhouse made 
plans to attend Union Theological Seminary : Doug- 
las Davidson courted two gals at once and took 
Greek and German : Thomas Franklin and Nellie 
Friel were seen together everywhere ; Ef ro Gatsis 
became president of oddles of organizations and re- 
mained in love with Aleck; Clayton Gilbert made a 
place for himself in the dramatics department and 



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as the most accommodating soul on the campus ; 
Mary Gilliland became president of Hypatia and was 
squired around by Preacher Potts ; Wendell Givens 
was the campus wit ; Margene Graham became an 
instructor of student nurses at a local hospital ; Mar- 
tha Hagood made plans for medical school and got 
herself engaged to Davis Weaver; Fred Halbrooks 
kept busy slinging hash in the co-op and singing 
songs in the Glee Club : John Higdon spent his 
mornings practice teaching at Woodlawn High 
School : Carolyn Epperson became Carolyn Lay 
and president of B. S. O.; Norman Love- 
gren spent his waking hours when not in the 
science hall, with Lvda Wilson, brunette of the treas- 
urer's office ; Dan Lowrey the class intellect, courted 
Renah Claire Pittman ; Mary Alice Lucius grew 
more and more like Hedy Latnarr : while Sara Mc- 
Neill edited the first Crimson published in conjunc- 
tion with Scuttlebutt : Jane Mathews was squired 
around by John Westbrook ; Louise Parker capti- 
vated R. Gaddy in three dates ; but handsome Mar- 
gis Robinson kept foot-loose and fancy free ; Glenna 
Sherrer kept studying to be a super-cook deluxe ; 
while Ernest Wheeler plugged away on his Greek 
lessons : Jane Claire Wood took up Iter abode with 
the A. D. Pi's and, like Katherine Wrenn signed 
up for signal corps work in the post-diploma world : 
and Robert Wooddy maintained his seat in the stu- 
dent council and his place on the basket-ball team. 
These are some of the things that happened to some 
of the people. We all complained . . . said that the 
school was coming to a pretty pass . . . that this was 
the sorriest dump for a college in America . . . but 
we swelled with pride on Founders Day and other 
special occasions, and just let anyone else say un- 
flattering things about the Howard College, and we 
were quick to spring to its defense. We have seen 
Howard in peace and at war ; and there's no ques- 
tion but that the peace time Howard is the better, 
that football boys in blue and red leather jackets are 
more to everyone's liking than military men in uni- 
forms. But our times have been but a necessary 
interlude, and others will come who will know the 
leisurely joys of campusology in an unhurried sched- 
ule — cokes in the co-op with crowds of people and 
conversation about silly things . . . and graduation 
classes with an equal number of males and females. 
That is the real Howard. But as we take our places 
with the alums, let us defend Howard with all that 
is in us — my college, right or wrong, my college ! 



Tt's much more enjoyable to remember personali- 
ties. 

Such as Margis Robinson, who could lteve put 
Romeo to shame but instead studied his chemistry 
and physics and became a quite promising fellow. 
And he'll change the promise into substance, too, in 
the not far distant future. 

Louise Parker, the petite little cutie in the treas- 
urer's office who made it a pleasure to pay bills . . . 
Jane Murphy, another of the same description, who 
thrived on popularity but who nevertheless was among 



the scholastically select. . . John Higdon, a proud 
papa twice in college, a preacher who wasn't in- 
clined piously but one who will leave the world a 
better place for having been in it because he couldn't 
make an enemy if he tried. . . Fred Halbrooks, who 
among other things, could be tenor in anybody's 
quartet. 

Lewis Marler and Billy Stephenson, an insepar- 
able pair on the football field, on the campus and in 
the pulpit. Not meaning they were Siamese, just 
buddies. . . Margaret Ward, a peach of a girl in 
looks, likeability and anything. . . Clayton Gilbert, 
who always found time to do something for someone 
else. . . Harry Charles and Dan Lowery, science hall 
bugs no less ; a couple of guys who'll rise fast in the 
professional field. 

Bette Houlditch, with journalistic ambition that 
should pay off. . . Sue Patrick, iill-of-all-trades and 
good at all of them. . . Robert Wooddy, the likeable 
preacher who hid well his intensive like of girls — 
until his final year. . . Betty Davis, the president's 
daughter, who loved and married a guy named Joe. 
. . . Y. L. Anthony, who spent his junior year as a 
go-between for sweethearts, then joined the latter in 
his senior year. 

Herman Cobb, who alwavs talked politics for ev- 
ery one else and overlooked himself. An extra fine 
speaker. . . Martha Patterson, a decided credit to 
the Phi Mus for four years, who was happily wed 
to one Ralph Edfeldt not long before she graduated. 
. . . John Jeffers, the lanky good-looking preacher 
whom many girls wished were single. 

Frances Duke who was extra fond of the Navy's 
James Sharman, but no more than he of her. . . 
Clarence Slaughter, Black Bear of the basketball 
court and lady's man — the lady being Elanie Denly. 
. . . Sara McNeill, the diligent, tireless twice-editor 
of the Crimson. . . Sara Williams, Thomasville's 
contribution of exceptional wit and talent. 

And still they come. . . Miriam McCullough, as 
lively a fern and as smart as they come. . . Harold 
Barnes, the little minister who swore he'd be a bach- 
elor but showed signs of cracking just before he 
departed. . . Delouise Granade, the gal with a def- 
inite suthun accent and extra hard not to get along 
with. . . Red Phillips, the same, only male. 

Nona Kirkland, a whiz girl in sports. . . Sue Smith, 
tops scholastically and in just about any way. . . 
Don McRae, remembered for his vocal talent and 
sense of humor. . . Elizabeth McKnight, talkative but 
advantageously because she always said something. 
. . . Jane Mathews, a nice-looking little brunette (or 
was she blond?) to whom you had to give a second 
glance. . . Oscar Lee Hurtt, who had promising lean- 
ings chemically. . . Joe Bill Knowles, a scholar of 
Trident quality. . . Katherine Wrenn, rather quiet, 
pretty smart and very popular. . . Paul Kluge, a fel- 
low who enjoyed his associations on the campus 
to the fullest and was enjoyed to the same extent. 

Oh, don't misunderstand : we aren't trying to por- 
tray seniors as faultless, lovable angels. . . But they 
are a heckuva nice crowd to know. 



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